The on-demand transportation company, Gokada has decided to rise above the recent ban that was placed on motorbikes in some areas in Lagos.
The company has launched a new brand called chop. This brand is built to render food delivery service and it was incepted to take the place of the passenger transporting commercial service of the company
The public has been notified to expect something different from Gokada since the effectiveness of the ban but this was confirmed after one of the company’s bike riders was spotted in Lagos yesterday.
If life gives you lemons, you know the rest….@GokadaNG is out with a new product called“Chop” to offer food delivery service to food merchants.
Proud of them! pic.twitter.com/MtQ40KS5gl
— Ooni of Lagos (@Mr_Rotimi) February 12, 2020
Gokada was founded in 2017 by Nigerian entrepreneurs. The service was launched originally and started operations in Yaba Axis of Lagos state and later extended their operations to Victoria Island – Lekki Axis Lagos, Nigeria.
The company used bikes with engine capacities of 200 cc and above meeting government standards for load-bearing on major Lagos roads. In February 2019, the company launched a new headquarters.
In May 2019 Gokada raised $5.4 million in series A to grow its two-wheel transit business. Gokada added luxury yacht service to its bike services in June 2019.
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