Shop the World from Nigeria – Get 20% Off at Veniviici

Multi-brand online retail store, launched its service on the 1st of October 2011 and now readers can enjoy 20% purchases made via the site.

About Veniviici
The UK-based site owned and run by Nigerians whose focus is on supplying clothing and accessories to Africans world-wide, pilots in Nigeria before going live Africa wide.
The online store promises to be user friendly and secure. Customers will be able to browse through the online catalogue, select and add the desired items to a cyber basket and then make payment with their Naira Cards. The website will offer card value added services by recommending the most current trends as dictated by the global fashion industry.

We are thrilled to introduce this fantastic clothing platform created specifically for the African Market and what better country to start in than Nigeria. To kick off and to celebrate Nigerian Independence, we are offering customers the great deal of free delivery on goods within 72 hours over a 72 hour period.” Said, Ade Adeyemi, CEO,

Speaking about internet security and the website, Chief Operating Officer, Ayodeji Edun said, “As a company we have taken on the most stringent approach to ensuring our customers are able to shop securely online. We have ensured the highest levels of privacy and authentication by using Secure Socket Layers. We also do not hold your card details on our site. All our servers have firewalls in place and we run constant checks on transactions that come through.

Parcels will be couriered by DHL and customers will be able to track the purchased items’ three day journey online. ensures that all goods are insured which means that any item lost in transit will be replaced. Before parcels are delivered customers would be requested to show a form of identification and the payment card used.

Try Veniviici Today

  • Visit
  • Browse and add items to your virtual basket
  • Visit the online checkout
  • Enter discount code, payment and delivery information
  • Receive your purchased in goods within the guaranteed time period

Terms & Conditions
Discount Code: VV4579104410
Max use per customer: 1
Discount: 20% off
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ is not responsible for the delivery of your goods. Please ensure you complete your due diligence before purchasing from any online vendor.

24 Comments on Shop the World from Nigeria – Get 20% Off at Veniviici
  • ima October 18, 2011 at 4:04 pm

    first yay!!!…brb.

  • prasioe October 18, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    I checked the website, good stuff !!!!!!!!!! & love it. However, I think it’s kinda expensive comparing the price to dollar.

  • BukiOni October 18, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    They are not messing around, very impressed.

  • Tiki October 18, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    this is nice…very impressive! hope it extends to everything soon, not just clothes et al.

  • yve October 18, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    as with everything retail and nigerian…some of the prices are RIDICULOus! there’s a ‘no name’ dress there for N219,527.10 = $1,463. FOR WHAT!!!!!!! KMT~. abeg why would anyone buy a random ass dress for that much?!?!!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? sigh. slowly but surely sha, we’ll get there. maybe if the FG lifts the ban on importation of fabric (abi have they lifted it already?) or maybe if the textile mills in naija start churning out things other than ankara, then we can truly compete and create something fabulous and affordable.

  • Alex October 18, 2011 at 9:14 pm

    I’ve been to the website and think it is amazing. Someone correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t think any other online fashion retailer (company/brand) has come in this strong for the African Market.
    @YVE – Your previous comment is unfounded and is typical of comments i expect from a small number of people….I had a look for this “no name” dress you mentioned and googled the name of the designer…..I can tell you that the designer, TOBI HANNAH is not a “no name”. The dress you picked is also a WEDDING DRESS!! WEDDING DRESSES ARE NOT CHEAP…We all know that people spend more than $1,463 on WEDDING DRESSES.
    She is a world renowned wedding dress designer, whose collections have: appeared on runways, been worn by celebrities, featured in magazines like Cosmopolitan and has been snapped up a large number of international stores. This is a clear case of GOOGLE before you TYPE!!!
    I don’t believe in supporting NIGERIANS because they are NIGERIAN, I believe in supporting quality, excellence and innovation when it is apparent, which it is here.

    • biko October 19, 2011 at 12:57 am

      e be like say na you own the website. This “I” “I” wey you dey use too much.

    • justsayin October 19, 2011 at 10:54 am

      even then, their prices are ridiculous jor!!

  • coco October 18, 2011 at 11:12 pm

    Yve – Unfortunately, wedding dresses are way higher than regular casuals, even more when it is an acclaimed designer. Although I haven’t heard about TOBI HANNAH, googling them shows that they’ve got nice designs and awesome recognition . However, I am not sure about it being up to par with the likes of Valentino & YSL

    Alex – great points but sorry to correct you, but you may also wanna Google BLULOFT before you TYPE – It’s the “other fashion retailer that has come strong in the African Market”

  • Sadia October 19, 2011 at 12:49 am

    Truly I must say as an African Nigerian people try hard and very well. I always say the Nigerian women are the most beautiful in West Africa and yet my countrymen always curse me to why I say so? Well, Because, I stayed briefly in Nigeria aBUJA at the Hilton. Food buffet was great.. the Nigerian men are very polite..and I want to have a Nigerian Husband a Yoruba or Haussa man…especially the way they dress the Haussa is very noble. the Yoruba I like their is nice. Despite all what they say about Nigerians in Africa: Crooks, criminals, frauds.. not all of them are like that. Nigerians men and women are hard working people, very creative and truly I have to say it even if my fellow country people will not be happy.I am wishing all the best to Nigerians, and also Peace. because there is only ONE NIGERIAN..not tribes.. J’ADORE LE NIGERIA, J’ADORE LES NIGERIANS,ET LES NIGERIANNES.. ELLES SONT BELLES ET CLASSES.. I AM FROM SENEGAL…i don’t care if some senegalese are unhappy.. but, i will tell the truth.. and die.Love you, keep up the good work, initiative, and mostly SENEGALESE PEOPLE LOVE YOUR MOVIES…

  • Alex October 19, 2011 at 1:09 am

    Coco – Thank you for your comments. I am well aware of BLULOFT, and have known about it since it launched. You omitted “this” from the “other fashion retailer that has come strong in the African Market”, the omitted “this” is important in qualifying my statement. BLULOFT came in strong but I personally believe that VENIVIICI has come in stronger, because they will ship to you in 72 hours with a tracking number, while Bluloft is a 15-27 working days estimate with no way to track your goods.
    VENIVIICI have guaranteed that your payment transactions on their website is secure, while BLULOFT have said, and I quote from their website “Please note however that while we implement many security measures on this site, 100% security cannot be guaranteed.” As someone who shops online often, I know I will rather be shopping at VENIVIICI.

    I’m also interested in the nature of BLULOFT’s brand relationships, because on a recent browse of their site I noticed a few Louis Vuitton bags for sale on the site. It is a well known fact that Louis Vuitton do not sell their bags through any 3rd party online retailers. This puts doubts in my mind about the authenticity goods.

    I hope this clarifies why I believe that VENIVIICI has come in stronger than any other online fashion retailer for the African Market.

    • gbonju October 19, 2011 at 1:17 pm

      abegi, una think sey na dissertation una dey write…mechonu make we hear word!

      • True Word October 19, 2011 at 4:02 pm

        LOL – Na she own the company jooor – enough lie lie, the thing don pain her reach bone otherwise which kain research she dey do for free even US GOVT sef dey get security breach

    • africanchild October 19, 2011 at 3:55 pm

      if you dont support nigeria how do u expect to sell to them besides now that we all no you are the owner you can stop calling yourself alex k.
      p.s why would i buy a #300,000 gown that might need to be altered when its not vera wang or alexander Mcqueen abeg go siddon jare.
      doubt if i would shop there just saying dont take it personal

  • errr October 19, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    Ade who are you to talk down on BLULOFTs strategy just to get by??? We are actually giving you constructive criticism..Good concept but listen to potential customers. They are always right.

  • woteva October 19, 2011 at 3:08 pm

    i think its this alex that owns this vencivii or wateva good luck but i dont think i as a person would be willing to pay #7500 for shipping that is just ridiculous and that 3-4 days hmmmmm cuz even the louis vuitton that u mentioned ships between 7-10 days so yeah even if you own it dont go around talking about other peoples business especially if you plan to sell to the nigerian market you might just end up putting yourself in a tight spot.

  • Akpeno October 19, 2011 at 4:39 pm

    Ah ah wetin? We can find these styles at H&M, Zara and Top Shop for Much Much Less! These prices are OUTRAGEOUS! Make una take an easy with una own people na? Haba! There’s no way you would sell those clothes at those prices in Europe or America!

    You guys come home and just try to “Rape” your own people! Na wah!

  • ADE ADEYEMI October 19, 2011 at 11:52 pm

    …excited that we have comments! Yaaay! Awesome feedback people and thanks for ALL the comments!
    However as an avid online shopper I know shopping online is about trust, I hear y’all loud and clear, all I ask is try us once and if we fail you, we’ll give you a full refund and I will seriously apologise to you personally! and you can keep the clothes! Talk for me is way too cheap :)…

    I appreciate all feedback and ALL of it will be taken on board, hey we even have a mailbox created just for feedback, I learn something new each day…scratch that, each second!
    Ps! I am not Alex… frankly, I’m not really one to hide behind a mask , but I definitely want Alex on my team 🙂 .. (Alex, please send me an email or a DM on Twitter @thisisveniviici)
    BN Kind Kind thanks for the feature, It is much appreciated and we really look forward to working with you! Your platform rocks! THANK YOU!

    CEO Veniviici

  • Cleopatrabriggs October 20, 2011 at 2:01 am

    Serzly guys…..i hv seen n shopped from that website…..its amazing……. cmon…..biko support our pple making us proud abroad…..y’all thnk its easy….plus dese clothes are all designer clothes……. go to a designer website n den u will know how much dey really cost….dey even give free shipping sef….. its real cool joor…appreciate mbok….

  • Osas October 20, 2011 at 2:13 am

    I shopped dere for my g.f n dey delivered ryt to me!!!!!!!!! una wey dey complain dey still shop for designer website….some r even still ugly but we buy cos its gucci or bla bla bla…..this is amazing…the concept is genius….dese pple mean business n dey r serious….I love…i support…..

  • Tiva October 20, 2011 at 2:24 am

    U GUYS!!!!!!!! chei….tk it easy….!!!!! look ehn…… check how many international shops online are willing to ship to 9ja, tlkless ur door step… almst none…..dey r scared of fraud or whtever……try to den ud apprcte dese pple….. if we want good thngs den we must be ready to pay for them….#9jaswagg!!! lets give it up for them n try somethng new n nice….. welcme gwd chnge into 9ja….lets move fward…….

  • Seyifunmi October 20, 2011 at 10:16 am

    Trust me these guys don’t play around mehn. The best part of their work is the customer service they have on lockdown. I got a pair of black patent Louboutins from them and might I add for free and they took extra effort to ensure I was treated like I paid for service. The website is Awesome and I cant wait to order something off them soon.

  • sassy diva December 13, 2011 at 11:31 am

    Rolling on the floor, laughing out loud with tears in my eyes…i hear you oooooooooooooooooo, but Veni Veci is just wayyyyyy too pricy loll.

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