#BoltCruiseDecember: Bolt will take you there this yuletide season

Bolt will  take you there this yuletide season
  • Bolt formerly known as Taxify is reinforcing its commitment to make commute this festive season seamless.
  • Bolt Regional manager for West Africa, Uche Okafor, says users planning to visit Nigeria in December can count on Bolt’s fast, reliable and affordable service in Nigeria for mobility at pocket friendly rates.
  • The on-demand transportation platform launches #BoltCruiseDecember campaign tying into the sense of fun, joy and excitement of the festive season.

Whether you are planning to visit loved ones or attend the biggest concerts in your city this season, Bolt is here to take you there.

The leading on-demand transportation platform in Africa, formerly known as Taxify is reinforcing its commitment to make commute this festive season seamless.

With operations in 9 Nigerian cities, the platform promises to provide unrivalled safe, affordable and convenient urban travel that leaves its users with more time and opportunity to enjoy all the goodness the season brings.

Commenting on the platform’s renewed effort to leave its customers with an experience this season, the Bolt Regional manager for West Africa, Uche Okafor said, “We know the end of the year is typically packed with activities and events, that is why we are offering our platform as the preferred option for passengers who do not want to be saddled with the hassle of commuting in our cities. This experience is not only available for users in Lagos and Abuja alone, customers in Port Harcourt, Calabar, Ibadan, Kano, Benin, Uyo and Owerri are also not left out.”

He further stated that users planning to visit Nigeria in December can count on Bolt’s fast, reliable and affordable service in Nigeria for mobility at pocket friendly rates. “So after a fun filled time at Africa's Biggest Street Party - Calabar Carnival or some merriment with family and friends in the heart of Owerri, you can count on Bolt to pick you up wherever you are and take you wherever you want to go.” He added.

Similarly, Bolt will be partnering with events in major cities it operates to give riders the opportunity to attend the hottest shows this December with the ride discounts and tickets giveaways on social media as it also launches the #BoltCruiseDecember campaign tying into the sense of fun, joy and excitement of the festive season.

Since operation began in November 2016, the platform prides itself as a customer and safety centric platform that allows passengers to easily request for a driver to pick them- almost instantly and take them wherever they want to go. Bolt also provides flexible employment opportunities to thousands of drivers and vehicle owners.

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