Ride-hailing mobile service Uber has launched in Accra, the capital of Ghana marking its presence in a thirteenth African city.
The service is set to provide over 2 million citizens who live in Ghana’s capital city with a cab service that has already gained brand recognition around the world because of its ease of use and the convenience it provides in an increasingly mobile world.
With a huge mobile penetration across the continent and some workarounds like cash payments lined up, Uber has been magnifying its presence in Africa.
In addition to the mark that it has made in anchor markets like South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, and Egypt it announced a plan for expansion into Ghana, Tanzania Uganda earlier this year.
It already opened up its service in Uganda’s capital, Kampala, less than a week ago and is now expected to launch next in Tanzania.
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