Gokada is an on-demand motorbike hailing service focused on changing the face of transportation in Nigeria by leveraging technology to connect users to the nearest motorbikes within their area thereby helping them move smartly and beat traffic.

Gokada uses smart 200 cc motorbikes that are allowed to move on major roads in Lagos unlike the conventional 100 cc motorbikes driven by the regular ‘Okada’ / ‘aboki’ drivers. Gokada drivers are cautious, verified, experienced, and well trained. They all pass through the Gokada Driver Training School and are re-taught how to properly drive around the streets of Lagos, safely, with a passenger.

In our quest to change the face of transportation in Nigeria and subsequently Africa, Gokada plans to have over 5,000 motorcycles in Lagos within the next few months to set off a new wave of ride-hailing prosperity in Nigeria and subsequently Africa.

Gokada has been operating within the Yaba Mainland axis and recently started operations within Victoria Island – Lekki axis in Lagos.

Requesting a Gokada ride is easy – here’s how Gokada works

– Simply open the app, enter your pick up location and tap request ride

– Your verified Gokada driver will call you to confirm your request and destination.

– Your driver arrives in minutes, gives you your hair net and helmet and you hop on the bike

– Your driver gets you to your destinations safely and ends the trip

– Pay cash and rate your driver to help us improve the Gokada experience.

Move around Lagos smartly by requesting a ride on the Gokada app at an affordable cost without having to alternate at bus stops. We all know the struggle that one has to go through using public transportation in Lagos, Gokada is here to make life easier!

Download the Android App on Google Play Store via http://bit.ly/gokadaandroid

Download the Ios App on Apple App Store via http://bit.ly/gokadaios

Follow us on social media @gokadang

Visit our website: gokada.ng

Use promo code – CABAL100 to get your first ride free

#DomorewithGokada.

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