The inquiry on our lips is, what does the Nigerian government truly need from transport ride-sharing firms? From the outset, it was ORide, Max and Gokada and the NURTW gathering, this time, it has moved to the autos part.
As indicated by an observer that was at the Muritala Muhammed Air terminal, MMIA, the Government Air terminals Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) has prohibited Taxify and Uber from the air terminal, the restriction produces results as from today. As indicated by him,
I saw this at the air terminal this evening on out of Lagos and it peruses:
Government Air terminal Authority Of Nigeria has given a mandate by means of this board to express that Uber, Taxify and other ride-sharing organizations are not permitted to get travelers from the air terminal from today.
The thought behind the new order by FAAN is to ensure the nearby taxi employments and drivers who are experiencing low support as far back as the appearance of Uber and Taxify to the scene.