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Errand service in Nigeria for people in diaspora


Getting some tasks done back home can be daunting and challenging while you are overseas. We at Teereny Global are here to help when you need someone to fill in the gap or when you need a second set of hands.


Our errand service is designed for people in the diaspora who wants to get one or two things done in Nigeria but they are limited with help.


Whether you are in Asia, Europe, America, Antarctica or Australia, distance should not be a barrier. When you need an errand runner or a wheel to get the task done, we are here to help run errands for those who are unable to. We can do your pickups, deliveries, help buy stuff from the market, drive your folks around and many more. If the task scope is well defined, we will get it done. If you are not sure if we can do it, just ask.


  • Pick ups and Deliveries

  • Corporate Errands

  • Personal Errands

  • Retails Errands (sourcing and buying items)

  • Car Rental (per hour or per day)


1. Post an errand

Tell us what you want us to do by posting your errand on our mobile app or website.

2. We'll send you the invoice

We will confirm your request and send you an invoice.

3. You pay the charges due

Review the invoice to ensure that your request is properly covered and pay the charges due as at when due.

4. We get the job done

We commence the job once payment is confirmed and we notify you upon completion.

  • How do I get a reference number?
    Contact us and will send you a reference number. The number will be activated when you make payment.
  • Can I send food items to Australia?
    Yes, you can import food items into Australia if the food importing requirements are met. All imported food must meet bio-security requirements to be allowed into the country. Restrictions apply to many raw foods and certain processed food brought to Australia for private use. The following items amongst others are restricted: *eggs and egg products​ *dairy products *uncanned meat *seeds and nut *fresh fruit and vegetables Please check Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources website for more information.
  • What items can I send?
    You can send and receive items that are not prohibited into the country as set out by the border authorities. Please check the respective local borders website for more information.
  • Can I use any packaging instead of a Ghana must go bag?
    You can use any package as you desire to secure the goods/items, but the final/outer packaging that should be presented to us is a heavy-duty Ghana must go bag.
  • Is there any minimum or maximum weight?
    There is no minimum or maximum limit when sending from Nigeria. A minimum of 20kg applies when to sending to Nigeria. Please note that a custom's value declaration form is mandatory for you to fill to declare the valuation of your consignment. If the total value is equal or above the equivalent of AUD 1000, you will be required to pay taxes and duties at your expense.
  • If I am sending from Nigeria, do you accept Nigerian currency?"
    Yes we do. You have the option to either pay in Naira or in Australian Dollars. Please note that cash in either currency is not acceptable, all payments are done via bank transfers.
  • Can my goods be picked up from my home address or delivered to my home address?
    Yes, we can certainly pick up or deliver to your home address at a seperate cost. You can as well drop off and pick up your goods at our office/depot.
  • What if I do not know the weight (kg) of my consignment?
    The weight of your consignment shall be confirmed at our office where you will be required to pay for the air freight charges (bank transfer) as per the confirmed weight.
  • How do I present the declaration form when a vendor is contacted to drop off my goods?
    You will have to give the vendor the declaration form to bring along with the goods or you can send us the filled declaration form and notify us that the vendor will be dropping off the goods. Please check out our privacy policy on how we manage provided information.
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