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The King of auctions in Nigeria, Kobobid, thrilled the 2021 Batch B stream II Lagos corps members at the Lagos orientation camp, Iyana Ipaja in grand style with lots of cash prizes and amazing offers. 

 

Kobobid is about winning, the reason why the company sponsored the Cultural Dance and Drama finals soiree put together for the energetic corps members. 

 

Kobobid, an auction site where you can win amazing sweet items like Laptops, smartphones, TVs, home appliances and lots of cash, started its operations in February 2021 has now gone on to celebrate over 10,000 winners in less than 6 months. Consequently, making life easier for Nigerians to win expensive brand new items for as low as 1000 Naira BidPacks

 

The evening started with a plethora of activities at the tent mounted by Kobobid as corps members thronged the stand to signup while listening to the simple steps to take to win their desirable brand new items on auction for cheap on Kobobid.  

 

During the Cultural dance and drama finals, the representing platoons entertained and outdid themselves with quality stage crafts and dance acrobatics to emerge Kobobid Grand prize winners. Platoon one and two performed exceptionally to become the Dance and Drama Grand prize winners respectively, with lots of other consolation prizes for trivia and gameplay. 

 

At the climax of the evening, corps members experienced and played on Kobobid demo auction to get familiar with the platform, as many others received cash prizes for taking part in the game show. The first winner on the night won $20 for defining what Kobobid represents. 

 

You don’t only want to hear about amazing offers and not win for yourself. 

 

Are you new to Kobobid? Hurry up and signup here. 

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