In Port Harcourt the Rivers state capital, a large number of E-hailing cab drivers are protesting low prices and increasing commissions from the E-hailing companies.
The aggrieved drivers, who drove to the Cool, Wazobia, Nigeria Info complex on Monday morning to complain, held placards that read, among other things, “Say no to modern slavery,” “Enough of female riders saying, “Come to the back seat for your payment,” “We are partners not slaves,” and “Treat your drivers well.”
Given the recent increase in the price of fuel, the protesters’ leader claims that the present price charged for their services does not reflect the country’s current economic circumstances.
He bemoaned the bad working relationships he had with e-hailing businesses, and urged them to open headquarters in Port Harcourt.
Where is Alpharides today ?… Where is Pamdrive today?…..🤣🤣🤣
I personally feel bad for the Bolt driver guys sha…. I know the biz and I know how badly this fuel price hike has hit them. Pls let them vent,
Na who wear the shoe know as e dey pain am
— Mr. Thomas Shelby OBE (@ChroniclesPHC) March 14, 2022
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