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Nigeria's tech experts step in to help those losing livelihoods under lockdown
by Libby George and Nneka Chile
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30 April 2020
On 30 April 2020 Reuters reported:
Tech startup founder Ebun Okubanjo watched with dismay as his home city of Lagos entered a coronavirus-containment lockdown, knowing well that millions of Nigerians on the margins could be left with nothing. So he and his team used their expertise to create a crowdfunding site, 'We Are Together', to distribute cash to those in difficulty who apply for help.
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