Uber Demand Has Grown 100-Fold Since Arriving In Lagos

by | Mar 6, 2015

Uber has recently disclosed that the demand for their transport services have grown 100-fold since they launched in Lagos, last year.

According to a media report, Ebi Atawodi, General Manager of Uber also said that the company has also recorded 10-times supply growth since it kicked off its operations in Nigeria.

Ebi Atawodi1

Said Ebi, “People are changing the way they connect with their cities and get around, and we feel Uber is a big part of this revolution. We believe Nigerians should be allowed more choice in the way they travel and with uberX, we now offer unrivaled value for getting around Lagos safely and securely, at the touch of a button.”

Odunayo Eweniyi
Odunayo Eweniyi

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