So in the spirit of expansion, cab hailing company Taxify are poised to launch in Abuja, Nigeria on the 10th of November. Reactions have trailed this on Social media too.
While waiting for them to promise more chicken wings during their ride, do not expect Uber to react as they are already present in the city. So Taxify would struggle to get a market share.
While we are, let’s take a look at reactions from users.
Taxify too have fan boys
— Chiexquisite Fashion (@ChiexquisiteFC) November 6, 2017
— Nerdy (@Nerdy_Dopey) November 6, 2017
— James Ademuyiwa (@James_Ademuyiwa) November 6, 2017
And the rest of them….
— 'Yinka Rahman ? (@AfrobadooMedia) November 6, 2017
— That Andy (@AndyMadaki) November 6, 2017
— sheriff mustapha (@drayko_) November 6, 2017
So… Abuja people.. Brace up, Taxify is coming.
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