Joseph Kalu makes his way on his motorbike past the frustrated motorists blaring their car horns in the heavy traffic in Lagos, Nigeria's commercial nerve center. He is snaking his way through traffic to a hospital in Ikeja, a district in the gridlocked megaccity with an estimated population of 24 million, and one of the most stressful cities to live in the world. Kalu is a dispatch rider for LifeBank, a blood and oxygen delivery company in the West African country. The company currently connects ...
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Added August 23, 2019