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Ride-sharing platform Uber has launched in Ghana’s vibrant capital city Accra.
With a population of over two million; increasing availability of high-speed internet; and a rapid increase in mobile phone penetration, Accra embodies a perfect environment for Uber’s booming multinational service.
General Manager for Uber Sub-Saharan Africa, Alon Lits says: ‘Accra is a bustling, connected city that Uber is proud to be launching in. It’s rapid growth and multiple ethnic communities make it an exciting place to introduce our service.’
He continues: ‘At Uber, we bring the world closer together by connecting global citizens to transport in a growing number of cities. We see Accra as a natural fit, because its people are willing to embrace innovation and technology and love products that are cool, exclusive and offer a new experience. We are able to deliver just that, safely, reliably and affordably.’
Uber is a technology company that connects riders and drivers at the touch of a button. Available in 467 cities across 72 countries, the Uber platform is evolving the way the world moves.
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