Ondo State Govt. Partners With MAX OKADA, Launches ”Sunshine Safe Bikes” (Photos)

Ondo State Govt. Partners With MAX OKADA, Launches ''Sunshine Safe Bikes'' (Photos)

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Highly noted for embracing New Innovative business and initiatives with perchance for making lives easier for its populace, the Ondo State Government has recorded another major achievement in the transport sector of the state.
The Akeredolu led administration in partnership with MAX OKADA  as successfully launched the “SUNSHINE SAFE BIKES” initiative.
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Ondo State Govt. Partners With MAX OKADA, Launches ''Sunshine Safe Bikes'' (Photos)

This was done in the government bid to provide safe, affordable and accessible transportation for the good people of Ondo State.
The MAX OKADA is a motorcycle -Taxi ride-hailing and last mile delivery app that gives moto-taxi safe a new exciting and comfortable experience.

Ondo State Govt. Partners With MAX OKADA, Launches ''Sunshine Safe Bikes'' (Photos)

The app connects with local motorcycles that can weave their way through gridlock, taking them to their respective destination without complications.
The MAX OKADA is expected to generate massive employment opportunities for interested unemployed youths in the state.
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