Ride hailing company, Uber says regulatory concerns will now play a bigger role in its expansion plans across Africa. The company made this known during a recent townhall event held in Lagos, Nigeria.
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We’ve seen this before. There is no universe in which any of these players beat Uber.
Hooptie hoops and feedback loops
There are 56 ridesharing apps services in Africa. Uber is the most popular.
Taxify launched in Johannesburg, Nairobi, Accra and Cape Town earlier this year.