Mobility

South East Asia shows there is still hope for bike hailing in Lagos
Business, ecosystem, Government, Mobile, News
19th February 2020

The bike hailing innovation is not unique to Lagos. The service originated from Southeast Asia, an emerging market that shares many characteristics with Lagos and Nigeria. In this region, bike hailing faces similar regulatory challenges. But things are more progressive.

Lagos State is Considering a N25m Annual License for Bike Hailing Startups

While sources in the mobility sector say Tuesday’s ban does not affect them, Lagos state officials insist that a ban on ORide, Gokada and all types of motorcycles will continue. On January 27, TechCabal reported the Lagos state government’s ban on Motorcycles and tricycles across 15 local government areas.  Motorcycle bans are not new in […]


OEverything: Can OPay Really Dominate Nigeria’s Fintech Market?
Business, FinTech, Internet, long reads, Mobile, News, Opinion, Policy, Reviews, Ridesharing, startups, Technology
2nd October 2019

They’re everywhere, green and hard to miss. You’ve probably used one of their services or perhaps you haven’t. Not just yet. But you’ve heard of them and seen their billboards around town. OPay landed quietly in Nigeria in 2018 as a payments solution but has since gained name recognition with its ubiquitous bike-hailing service. What […]

Business, Features, Policy, Ridesharing, Technology
30th September 2019

On Friday, September 27, 2019 we convened our largest townhall yet. Largest, not because it focused on mobility and logistics in Africa, which you’d agree is fast replacing fintech in the pace of growth and innovation in the sector, but also the line up of speakers and programming which moved away from what we’ve done […]


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