15.05.2023 Featured After FIJ’s Story, GIG Logistics Tracks, Delivers Customer’s Parcel Given to ‘Wrong Number’

Published 15th May, 2023

By Tarinipre Francis

God is Good Logistics (GIG) has tracked and returned customer Aanu Oluyide Akanke’s parcel to its rightful and intended recipient.

This came after FIJ’s report detailing how the logistics company inputted a wrong phone number for Akanke’s parcel — beads worth over N80,000.

READ ALSO: GIG Logistics Delivered Customer’s Parcel to ‘Wrong Number’, Yet Wants No Part in Tracking It

On GIG Logistics’ tracking app, it was marked that Akanke’s parcel had been delivered, but Akanke’s intended recipients, two NAJ Cargo Services staff, denied receiving any package.

GIG's tracking app showing Akanke's parcel had been delivered.
GIG’s tracking app showing Akanke’s parcel had been delivered

Akanke reported that GIG was slow to take action to recover her beads, and that the company repeatedly told her that it could do nothing about it.

About two weeks after FIJ’s story however, GIG Logistics tracked Akanke’s beads and delivered them to the intended recipient.

Published 15th May, 2023

By Tarinipre Francis


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