The Amalgamated Union of app-based transporters of Nigeria has appealed to the Federal Government to protect the lives and properties of its members following a recent suspected robbery and killing of four of its members in Port Harcourt, Rivers State and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
This was contained in a statement issued by Jossy Olawale, Chairman, Media and Publicity Committee of the union.
The union’s Chairman, Media and Publicity Committee, Jossy Olawale, made this known in an interview on Wednesday.
The drivers are operating under the aegis of the Amalgamated Union of App-Based Transport Workers of Nigeria.
The Command’s spokesperson, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, made the revelation to the News Agency of Nigeria.
Launched in 2020 in recognition and appreciation for service excellence, Bolt Driver’s League Challenge celebrates top-performing drivers on the platform. In addition, it showcases Bolt’s commitment to advancing and easing mobility in Nigeria while supporting drivers with extra earning opportunities.
Nigeria’s leading mobility platform, Bolt, has launched the first ride-hailing inter-city category in the country, extending its service offering of comfort designed to increase the quality of service for inter-city riders. Committed to building sustainable cities by easing mobility for Nigerians, the inter-city service aims to connect Nigerians across states.
According to the Command’s Commissioner, Friday Eboka, operatives of C4i Intelligence Uni arrested the Bolt driver.
Joseph Adaraniwon, national publicity secretary of Professional E-hailing Drivers and Private –owner Association of Nigeria (PEDPAN) announced their removal in a statement on Saturday.
The President of NUPABTW, Ibrahim Ayoade, told The News Agency of Nigeria reports that no date had been fixed for the hearing
This is in light of the pivotal role played by the mobility industry in the general, and ride-hailing segment in accelerating economic growth as well as driving shared prosperity, coupled with the need to sustain these mobility efforts, auto tech platform.
Bolt Business offers fast, convenient, and affordable business rides. Since its launch in 2019, the platform has recorded significant traction from top corporate offices and other private businesses in Nigeria. With this service, corporate offices and businesses can manage and pay for corporate trips via a single and easy-to-use portal. The business management can manage how team members commute for business trips.
Other people got home appliances at the final prize presentation of the Joy Unlimited Extravaganza Promo in Lagos State.
Ibrahim Ayoade, President, National Union of Professional App-based Transport Workers, made the call on Monday in Lagos.
The programme, which offers solutions for drivers on the Bolt platform using leased cars via the hire-purchase or rental model, is in partnership with MAX. The Bolt partnership with MAX will launch a lease-to-own framework for e-hailing drivers to lease a vehicle and pay in instalments until full ownership is secured.
The 3DS security feature is an authentication protocol that aims to protect against fraud and enhance security in online card payments.
The contest showcases Bolt’s commitment to advancing and easing mobility in sub-Saharan Africa while also empowering the economy with extra earning opportunities. The challenge will be held for a 10-week period and will reward four winners in Nigeria and Ghana (total of 8 in West Africa) and three from South Africa with a brand-new car as well as consolation prizes for other participants.
Tochukwu, of Duste Makaranta Bwari, Abuja, is charged with causing accident by dangerous driving, careless and inconsiderable driving and failure to produce vehicle particulars.
The e-cab operators, under the aegis of Professional E-hailing Drivers and Private Owners Association (PEDPA), threatened to embark on the strike if their demands were not met.
The car, an ash Toyota Corolla with registration number JJJ88DC, is yet to be found after several weeks.