Uber and Bolt drivers on Monday went out in their large numbers to protest in against their service providers in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.
OnyxNews Nigeria reports that the protesting drivers are calling for a review in charges for services, commissions, and proper profiling of users.
The Bolt and Uber drivers maintained that charges for services in Abuja remain the lowest when compared with other cities in the country.
The protesting drivers gave the operators of Uber and Bolt a seven-day ultimatum to address their demands or risk service withdrawal in Abuja.
OnyxNews Nigeria had reported that the price of transportation is expected to rise following an increase in the price of petrol by the federal government.