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Uber and Bolt drivers in Lagos begin strike action today to protest “systemic slavery”

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Uber and Bolt drivers in Lagos begin strike action today to protest “systemic slavery”

For Uber and Bolt drivers to make ₦15,000 ($36) in revenues daily, they have to spend a minimum of 10 hours on Lagos roads. Shonuga also estimates that ₦4,950 ($12) will be used to fuel their cars and then Uber or Bolt will charge ₦3,750 ($9.10) in fees.
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