Meet young Ghanaian innovators who have created a revolutionary courier app (Photo)

Meet young Ghanaian innovators who have created a revolutionary courier app (Photo)

- Two friends have created an app known as YENKOR which helps to mobilize all couriers on one platform

- The friends, Nii Ayi Vanderpuye and Joseph Opoku Waye, explained that this helps with the safe delivery of items

- They expressed hope that in a few years time, the app would gain global recognition

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Two friends, Nii Ayi Vanderpuye and Joseph Opoku Waye, have created an app that helps with the delivery of items to people regardless of their location in the country.

Their app, YENKOR, has mobilized on one platform, a number of courier services to help send and receive items with ease.

According to them, they were inspired to come up with this alternative because people often wonder how they can easily move items around with minimum risk.

Meet the young innovators who have created a unique courier service in Ghana (Photo)
From left to right: Joseph Opoku Waye and Nii Ayi Vanderpuye
Source: UGC

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They added that their app provides two important benefits being the constant employment of couriers and reduced burden in getting them to deliver items.

Vanderpuye and Waye went on to say that the app searches a 10km radius of the user’s set item pickup location and in seconds, seamlessly displays how far the listed couriers are from the user.

YENKOR, they add, is able to help deliver items to all the regional capitals and these come as either normal or express deliveries.

They are optimistic that in the near future, YENKOR would go beyond Ghana’s borders and become a preferred option for everyone who wishes to get items delivered.

In other news, social media users are divided over an opinion shared by a Congolese artist with respect to the colonization of Africa.

The artist, Sindika Dokolo, asserted that Africans are still suffering because of their perception of colonialism.

He explained that an African who believes the continent’s history started on the day the colonial explorer arrived is mistaken.

Per a report by BBC News Africa, this did not go down well with some social media users who shared their opinion on his comment.

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