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The transport ecosystem in Nigeria seems to be experiencing a heavy influx of companies eager to get a share in the seemingly booming market. Taxify, one of the popular players in the ridesharing business in Africa, with operation in 3 countries, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana is planning to enter Nigeria this month according to a report by Techcabal. In a statement by the Operations Manager, Taxify Nigeria, Uche Okafor, “Riders are ensured of the best experience using Taxify as their rides are handled by happier partners which ultimately leads to a better service delivery to riders. We believe the bulk of the earnings of a trip should go to vehicle owner amidst the rising cost of maintaining and fueling the vehicle.” Taxify is promising better service delivery for its customers with a 30% less cost than her closest competitor and also its driver partners will be earning 15% more than the closest competitor. Individuals who are interested in becoming driver-partners for Taxify can register here. Users can download the Taxify app on their phone’s store. The app is available for both iOS, Windows and Android devices.

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This article was first published on 17th November 2016


Muna is a software programmer and developer with a passion for technology.

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