“The lockdown is still restricting trucks moving essential services.”—Tayo Oyegunle, VP Global Operations at Kobo360

Here, Tayo Oyegunle, Kobo 360’s VP of Global Operations, tells us how the lapses in communication -- on essential services and workers -- are affecting the logistics industry and the public.

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How open data can give Nigerian innovation a facelift going forward

The impact of the pandemic and lockdown demands a lot of innovation from entrepreneurs, a process that might be eased with the creation of transparent and open government data across different public sectors.

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With a possible lockdown extension, startup employees face an uncertain future

After the lockdown on March 30, some startups placed their employees on salary pay cuts and unpaid leave. But with the lockdown extended, what does the future hold for startups and their employees?

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Lockdown: Some items Nigerians are currently ordering online will surprise you

During the lockdown in some major Nigerian cities, we discovered that asides groceries and health essentials ordered online, some products are also experiencing their fair share of increased demand. We explore why

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