Why should it be stressful commuting to and from work as though work itself is not stressful enough already? A handful of people living and working in busy metropolises (such as Lagos) can relate with transportation hurdles that encompass getting to work every morning. WorkBus was founded on August 14, 2017, to revolutionise the intra-city transport sphere, starting with working class cadre.
Asides being a tech-driven mode of transit, Workbus intends to integrate features that will facilitate the convenience of passengers during their commute. They include access to Wi-Fi service, and the ability to order food while on transit, etc. All of which is aimed at avoiding the unpleasant situation of being stranded at a bus-stop and inconveniences most public vehicles give.
The CEO, Madu Kingsley further hints on why WorkBus could become passengers’ delight in no time. The easy booking system, its mobile and web responsiveness, coupled with route bus tracking will make the ride as enjoyable as possible. Definitely, Commercial Danfo, Taxi (conventional or e-hailing) cannot boast of all of these at a go.
Solomon Eshemogie (COO), Austin Dairo (CFO), Uche Ginika (Legal/HR) and Gabriel Ogunsanya (Ops Manager) work alongside Kingsley to ensure that WorkBus satisfies its essence.
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