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The Camaraderie Between Uber and Lagos Is Being Threatened

 

 

 

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    6 comments on “The Camaraderie Between Uber and Lagos Is Being Threatened

    1. Nigerian govt and their EOP tendencies.

      Smh

      1. Anonymous says:

        Hahahaha

    2. 50 Shades says:

      If the talks don’t go well, Uber might charge wayy higher than they used to

      1. Kemi Oguntayo says:

        Very true and it would turn out bad for people like me who have come to rely on Ubers even more than more own cars. Nigeria, which way?!!!!!

    3. ỌBÁDÁRÀ says:

      … WELL, I DON’T KNOW WHY SOMEONE WILL BLAME THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT FOR THIS. THE GOVERNMENT CAN RAISE TAXES TO GENERATE MORE FUNDS. UBER CAN RAISE THEIR FARES AND ITS NOT THE BUSINESS OF ANYONE BUT THAT OF THOSE WHO USE THEIR SERVICE…

    4. Victor Molokwu says:

      Africa is a mother who eats her babies…
      First it was needing millions to register a drone, then this..
      That’s what you get when you have round pegs in square holes.

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