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Firm introduces service to bridge transportation gap


The management of an indigenous ride-hailing service, PayRide, has said its online taxi would ease difficulties faced by passengers while offering reliable travel to riders in Edo State.

Managing Director of the company, Joseph Bamidele, gave the assurance at the official launch of the e-hailing service in Benin City.
He said the app-based ride-hailing service would bridge the gap that is already created in the transportation industry and meet the transportation needs of Nigerians.


Bamidele envisaged that the online car service would be expanded to provide premium services to those in Abuja, Lagos, Port-Harcourt and Asaba.

“PayRide is focused on what we have to offer. We are mindful of those who are running similar services but we have carved a niche we have carved out for ourselves.

“We have our ambassadors that were unveiled today; they will bridge conflict gaps that usually occur between the riders and driver-partners. The ambassadors will give their best to ensure customers are satisfied,” Bamidele assured.

Brand and Business Development Manager, Oloruntoba Ifetuyi, said they have premium services for individuals between 16 and 70 years.

“Beyond the premium services, we offer corporate services where you can hire exotic vehicles for weddings, parties and conferences. Also, there are ambulance services. We also intend to provide WiFi services for passengers,” he said.


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