Two weeks after the founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Fahim Saleh announced that Gokada would be shutting down operation, the company has returned.
On this episode of the #ERPodcast, @iamnotjustakuki and @Sammyinfinity examine @MBuhari's directive to the @cenbank to restrict forex on food importation and @GokadaNG's decision to temporarily...
The Nigerian social media space has since been set on fire, as many social media users reacted to the submission of Joe Igbokwe, the spokesperson of Lagos State...
Research carried out by Nairametrics has revealed that @GokadaNG’s shutdown could be as a result of the targeted poaching by the newcomer, @oride_ng.
Reacting to the Gokada’s temporary shutdown, Joe Igbokwe of the APC said it is impossible for ride-hailing startups in Lagos to survive.
Why Gokada should be worried about shutdown
Bike-hailing app company, Gokada, has announced that it would shut down its operations in Nigeria today, August 14, 2019.
A viral video online has suggested that some 'Agberos' are stopping popular motorbikes hailing services, Oride, Gokada, MAXng riders in Lagos demanding for N500 tax.
Popular on-demand transportation company and motorbike hailing service, Gokada have placed a bounty on its pilots.
Motorbike hailing service, Max.ng, has raised $7 million funding. This round is led by Novastar Ventures, with the participation of Japanese manufacturer, Yamaha.