A planned peace conference between e-hailing companies and the drivers who use the various app-based platforms to operate came to a standstill on Friday. Both sides allegedly refused to give ground during the talks at the meeting.
The meeting came after the drivers, who had called for a statewide strike to protest what they viewed as an unsatisfactory price revision in light of the considerable increase in the price of gasoline, delivered a ferocious protest to the doors of the ride-hailing businesses.
The commission should be reduced from 25% to 12.5% by half. Additionally, the union’s president, Damola Adeniran, stated that anything less than the requests made to the cab-hailing companies would not be acceptable to the union.