Bus-hailing platform, Plentywaka, has hit a major significant stage after completing 100,000 in 6 months
The news which was disclosed via their Twitter page was captioned with “Move better” and heart emojis.
“Yesterday was truly significant for us at @PlentywakaNG as we successfully completed our 100,000th ride! Thank you to everyone that joined us in counting down to this major milestone. Here’s to helping you move better and reaching greater heights together! #Movebetter”
Plentywaka was launched by Crowdyvest in September 2019. Crowdyvest is the venture arm of agritech startup, Farmcrowdy.
The company during its launch had 25 buses, 25 pilots, 50 Vehicle assistants, and staff that are less than 10 using the CMS to Ajah route. Since then the platform has grown to over 53 vehicles (which includes Minivans, 13-seater buses, and coaster buses), 53 pilots and over 55 vehicle assistants.
The company partnered with the Vehicle Partnership Scheme that played a major role in the growth of the company. The company has also expanded to other routes with the platform traveling regularly through CMS to Abraham Adesanya, Awoyaya and Eko Hotels routes.
Currently, the company is still the only one standing when it comes to operation, as its competitors such as OBus, Staffbus.ng are facing challenges. Staffbus has not really done much when it comes to operation. SWVL, an Egyptian bus transportation network company based in Cairo, is yet to launch in Nigeria.
kudos to Plentywaka, more grace!