Just like Bolt, Uber and Yango, the Shatta Movement boss is planning to launch his own taxi service to compete all these ride-hailing service. The initiave coming from the camp of Shatta Movement is a great news to all drivers who are hailing on other driving platforms and feels being cheated and not making enough money as 'Shaxi' promise to treat them well.
Shaxi is just the short form of Shatta Taxi. According to the Shatta Movement boss this is not just going to create jobs for drivers but the youth who are unemployed in the country. The Shatta Movement boss is planning to reduce the rate of unemployment in the country.
Shatta Wale made this known to the general via his official twitter page. Since he posted this initiave on the social media, many social media users have reacted massively to this post. A lot of people have commented pleading for Shatta Wale to bring such initiative into the limelight. The post goes, "Drivers get ready with your applications!!!!" #Shaxi
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