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Ayoade Ibrahim

10 Aug 2020
Respite for drivers on e-hailing services will end later in August when Lagos State Government's new regulations for ride-hailing services take effect. Under the new regulations, which were earlier scheduled to take effect in March, third-party operators like Uber and Bolt that have over 1000 drivers on their platforms will pay ₦25 million licencing fee…
14 Jun 2018
Having explored all options to express its displeasure over exorbitant charges and alleged fake insurance policies by foreign e-hailing companies operating in Nigeria, Uber and Taxify drivers...

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