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We present to you our list of established and new websites created for the Nigerian market. In no particular order, they include: 1. This e-marketplace is deemed Nigeria’s number 1 online shopping destination with its wide range of fashion, home appliances, kid items, and electronic items among others, all available at discounted prices. 2. Another great e-marketplace which serves as a one-stop shop for the average Nigerian’s needs. Nationwide delivery and online payment options are also available. 3. This service helps Nigerians find and book enabled transportation and delivery services they need for easy movement as individuals or of their valuable goods around town. A must-have service for companies, and families moving homes among others. And yes, same day delivery for goods is an added bonus. 4. The new website connects hired hands with busy, working professionals. Users simply state specifications of service – e.g. nanny duty or driving services – and then, search through the available findings with short portfolios included. Online payment options are also available. 5. Access over 5084 hotels – and counting – in 365 cities in Nigeria! Travelling and booking accommodations this year was made a lot more convenient for many Nigerians, thanks to this incredible online portal. 6. Very many Nigerians counted on this online ticket booking platform for access to events and concerts in 2015. 7. When it comes to discovering the latest trends in African entertainment and lifestyle, BellaNaija is a leader in the pack of sources, and has kept up the good work even in the present year. 8. One of the first of its kind on the continent, TalkingBookz allows users purchase the latest in locally and internationally sourced audio books for their education or entertainment. 9. The new online platform and community for Nigerian wives and mothers features a wide array of lifestyle, children, pregnancy and mind/spiritual well-being information, as well as a forum for networking opportunities among others. 10. As the Nigerian Church enters the digital age, this unique platform is determined to make sure this move is done effectively. The site offers free customised webpages, mobile applications and other benefits to churches, along with delivery channels for the transmission of newsletters, photos, audio files, etc.   That’s it! Check out our portal – via the search engine – for website reviews on each of these nifty online platforms. And do let us know some of your favourite sites in the comments section below.      

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This article was first published on 17th December 2015


Ify Halim is a Writer and media enthusiast based in Lagos. She enjoys writing self-help/inspirational articles with published work in UYD Magazine, Edufrica, Our Stories Inc. and The Keele Concourse. She currently works at, Nigeria’s Information Portal. Follow her on Twitter @MissHalim or visit her online space at

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  • ak

    where is linda ikeji………………this needs to be crucified

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