2 Weeks After Launching In Nigeria, SafeBoda Hits 1 Million Users – Here’s How The Startup Went From Zero To A Million

Before 2014, Ricky Rapa Thomson was just a Boda Boda rider. “Boda Boda”

Why This e-Hailing Company Is Expanding Its Fleet Of Bikes & Hiring More Riders Despite The “Okada Ban”

Nearly two weeks have passed since commercial motorcycles and tricycles were barred from

MAX.ng Reveals How Gov’t Broke Its Own Laws & Promises With Recent Okada Ban Which Could Tank E-Hailing Startups

Monday, January 27, seemed destined to join the long list of drab, boring

For The Past 1 Month, Bike-Hailing Firms In Lagos Have Been Paying A Dubious Daily Levy That “Hasn’t Been Agreed To”

Last month, it may have been conveyed in various media circles that the


Inside Lagos Where Roguish Unions Extort Bike-Hailing Firms With Bogus Taxes & Gov’t Calls It Fair Game

“Bike-Hailing Wars” Has A New Meaning When people first used the term ‘bike-hailing

3 Trucks Packed Full With Seized OPay Bikes In Latest Action Against Bike-Hailing Firms In Lagos

Barely a week after it was revealed that officials of Lagos State Chapter

Can A Two-Week Hiatus Bring About A Lasting Hoorah? GoKada Is Back & Ready To Race The Pack

Two weeks after Lagos-based bike-hailing company, GoKada, took a short break to put

Household Enemies? GoKada Riders Still Working In Spite Of Company Shutdown

The Nigerian bike-hailing sector has had its fair share of ups and downs.