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Creative Kenyans Use Kaymu’s Online Platform to Cash in on the Pope’s Visit


We all know that Kenyan’s are creative and they like grabbing every opportunity they can to make money. Back when Obama came to Kenya for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit, we saw a number of items with Obama’s face from Coffee Mugs to T-shirts being sold all over the city. These just showed how creative and innovative Kenya’s can get.

As we wait for Pope Francis to touch down in Kenya, some creative Kenyans are planning to use his visit to make some money. Some are already using online platform, Kaymu, to drive sales and capitalize on his visit.

You can check out some of the items that you can buy by clicking here.

Sellers using Kaymu to capitalize on the Pope’s visit are selling a number of items from branded mugs to T-shirts and even rosaries. The items are reasonably priced ranging from as low as Ksh 100 for Our Lady Of Grace Plastic Sculptures to Ksh 8000 for an Alter Cross stand.

Most of these items are sold by seasoned sellers on Kaymu so you know they are reliable. Dealing with seasoned sellers means that you are dealing with someone has used the platform for a while and this assures you that the products you are getting are of high quality.

Personally I like the Tshirts, particularly the one shown below. It looks cool and starts from Ksh 1000 which is a reasonable price. You can get this particular shirt by clicking here.

Kaymu Tshirt deals

I also like the branded magic cup  selling at Ksh 750 which  you can get by clicking here.

For those who have never used Kaymu before, the platform allows you to buy items online and have them delivered to you or you can choose to pick them yourself. With such a platform, you have the choice of shopping around for the best deals. Most of the items listed on Kaymu tend to be slightly cheaper that what you will find on most offline stores so you are able to save some money when using such a platform.

To check out some other items sold by those who want to cash in on the Pope’s visit, click here.

Read More: Kaymu Launches a Facebook Shop As It Tries To Go Where Consumers Are

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