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How Nigeria’s First Logistics Marketplace, Dellyman Pulls Monthly Double-Digit Growth

At a time that many businesses are battling the unfavorable effects of COVID-19, Nigeria’s leader asset-free logistics marketplace, Dellyman, is taping double-digit growth, evidence that aggregating logistics properties is the right service to the difficulty of same-day shipment in Nigeria. The marketplace has seen an uptick in all major indices, including a 45 per cent spurt in the variety of active customers to 1,586 between March and April 2020– a 91 per cent growth from January 2020. The period also saw a rise in the number of logistics business to…

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Australasia Global 

“OMG” New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern refused entry by cafe to follow COVID-19 social distancing norms

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was turned away by a cafe on Saturday because it had reportedly reached its full capacity due to the ongoing social distancing norms amidst the COVID-19 pandemic gripping the world. A Twitter user informed on the microblogging site how Ardern was not allowed entry after she reached there with her partner Clarke Gayford. The Twitter user wrote, “Omg Jacinda Ardern just tried to come into Olive and was rejected cause it’s full. ” Gayford confirmed the news as he replied to the Twitter user,…

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Europe Global 

The businesses crowdfunding to survive

“Running a small business is touch and go at the best of times,” says Rachel Ho, director of an independent coffee shop in Tottenham, north London. And these, it seems fair to say, are far from the best of times. Ahead of warnings the UK’s economy could shrink by 35%, the Treasury set aside billions to keep businesses afloat during the coronavirus lockdown. But for many, access to that funding is proving too difficult or too slow – and fewer than 2% of the 300,000 inquiries to the government’s loan…

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Africa Global 

What God told me about coronavirus – Pastor Adeboye

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG), Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday said the current outbreak of COVID-19 across the world will soon subside but will not be ‘completely eradicated’. Mr Adeboye, who addressed his congregation across the globe via a live broadcast on Sunday, also said God had revealed to him earlier in the year that the world would experience a ‘compulsory holiday’, hence his earlier call to church members to undertake a 50-day fast in January. The Redeemed Church, like many others across the nation,…

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