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What Would You Like To See On The Web?

Hello all.

The internet in Nigeria is really moving forward at such great pace! With online market places, online shipping malls etc we are gradually coming of age. Now we see a lot of services previously available only outside the country being made available for Nigerians.

I'd like to ask: if you had a choice, what kind of service would you like to see offered on the web in Nigeria? For instance, I personally would like an online supermarket, where you can buy things (e.g. milk, sugar etc) that you would normally go to the shop for, and have them delivered to your home!

Let's hear what you think - might be interesting to see what services we all come up with.

Xanadu

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I will like to see anything

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I will like all government transactions to be web based. This will greatly solve the problem of stacking files upon files in some termite ridden archieve.

I will like online schools(secondary, university, etc) in Nigeria too.

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Well if there's anything i wanna see on the web

it'll have to do with entertainment

(Music, Movies etc)

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an online payment gateway, using a credit/debit card system wouldnt be a bad idea. i know interswitch has somfin goin on but its still a lot not like it

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it would be nice to see some thing like ebay really kick off i dont know much about whogobuy.com ...........

but the problem with buying online in nigeria is credit cards its not really rampant i mean not every one can actually get a credit card until the government can do something about that then buying on the net can not become common or other services would not pick up

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I'd like to see a widely used online classified ads website and an e-commerce site like Ebay which allows me to safely buy and sell anything online.

WhoGoBuy.com, previously discussed on the forum, is a step in this direction.

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