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Broadening Service to Southeast Nigeria, Plentywaka Work With Innoson

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TechInAfrica – Plentywaka, the first bus-hailing application in Nigeria, will be working together with Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing. The collaboration is created as part of broadening plans to Southeast Nigeria to fill up the Plentywaka collection with some new vehicles since they have to work on developing the bus trip in Nigeria.

Although Plentywaka and Innoson have the same purpose to increase the growth of the saver and comfortable transportation for Nigerians, this project is their first collaboration. This partnership is produced to discharge the weary of drivers in this area such as the age-old problem of demand for safety, solace, and convenience that became obstacles for many years. Plentywaka is placed to bring a big offer to duplicate the success of techno-based service in Lagos and Abuja to improve the bus trip in both countries.

Related to the collaboration, Dr. Innocent Chukwuma, the CEO and Founder of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing says that the purpose of Plentywaka to combine the carmaker’s expertise and technology companies, make him agree to work with Plentywaka. Moreover, Dr. Innocent Chukwuma added that both of them have the same goal for the country. This partnership is a big step to develop a strong and dependable transportation system created by Nigerians for Nigerian. Therefore, this could be a great chance for both companies.

Onyeka Akumah, the CEO and Founder of Plentywaka also stated that they know what should be done in the transportation system to make it safer, convenient, and efficient. Technology is chosen to create this system. In this partnership, Plentywaka is set to broaden the option for drivers due to the growth of service requests.


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