Maximize Your Reach with Living in Kigali

Living in Kigali offers a compelling advertising opportunity for businesses looking to reach a diverse and engaged audience in Rwanda and beyond. Here are some of the stats that illustrate the potential impact of advertising with us:

Your ads will be seen up to 40,000+ times per month by readers in Rwanda, the US, UK, East Africa, and many other countries.

You can reach 25,000+ Kigali residents every month through our website, Facebook community, and monthly newsletter, which has a readership of 3000.

Our Facebook community has over 20,000 highly engaged members, and we have over 38,000 followers on Facebook and over 5,000 on Instagram.

Living in Kigali is the go-to resource for people living in and moving to Rwanda, and we have been the #1 resource for Kigali's international community for 10 years.

In May 2022, we monitored every item that was advertised for sale in the LiK Facebook group, and their combined value over the course of a month was $1,065,769. This demonstrates the significant sales potential of advertising with us.

Our website comes with a directory of contacts for over 100 business owners in the city, including current and former advertisers and partners. This provides additional opportunities for networking and collaboration.

By advertising with Living In Kigali, your business can tap into a vast and engaged audience, increase your brand recognition, and potentially generate significant sales revenue.

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How to Make a Payment

Make payments via Momo Business Code 052116 OR Equity Bank Acct. Number 4012200797743 under legal business name Wasimi Villas, Ltd.

Living In Kigali is a subsidiary of Wasimi Villas, Ltd.

NOTE: A contract will be sent and payments must be received in full per month. Should an advertiser be late on their obligated monthly payment, a 7-day grace period will be given, anything after that, their Ad will be pulled immediately and they will no longer be able to advertise with Living In Kigali in the future for breaking their contractual agreement.

"Spending money on your business isn't a cost, it's an investment. The more you invest in your business, the more you can expect to get out of it."