About Ginger

Ginger is a Nigerian, a journalist and blogs once in a while… once in a long while because life-is-happening.

Want to buy me coffee?  My email is ginger AT writing pad.org

5 thoughts on “About Ginger”

  1. Hi. Great site. Awesome work. I would be glad to know more about the adoption process pls. I am a 31 year old divorcee and will like to adopt a baby. Thank you.

  2. Nice job,but i have a question.I have often heard it said or written that there are ways in which you can get suppliers to ship orders to you here in Nigeria for free and you’ll get the orders between 2-3 days. Please i’ll like to know if there is any truth to the claim,because as a mini-importer the cheaper and faster i can get these goods to Nigeria the more profit for me.thanks

    1. Hi Ada, if it’s books or DVDs (the only things Amazon ships to Nigeria), any post office will do. The important thing is your own address. If you use your house address, NIPOST may decide to bring it to you. If you use your PO Box, NIPOST may put it in your box and you pick it from there.

      Does this help?

      1. Hi Ginger,
        I’m grateful for the job you and your crew members are doing here. Uhm! Pls I want to start a mini importation biz at the end of the month but I haven’t shopped online before. Some advised me to try DHgate.com but I’d like to know the sites that ship directly to Nigeria apart from the Naija shopping sites like konga, jumia etc. And pls pls pls, I’d like to know all about the shipping. I’m based in Abuja for now and I have a GTB Master card and a Diamond Bank Visa card.
        Advice pls.

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