A bus-hailing service, Plentywaka, has launched its ‘Staff Bus Solutions’. A service for corporate companies to minimise employees’ risk of contracting Coronavirus.
Mr Johnny Enagwolor, Plentywaka Managing Director, disclosed in a statement that the service would be providing a safer and more convenient means of transportation for workers in Lagos State, post-lockdown.
He added that with all buses cleaned and fumigated on a daily basis, the Plentywaka staff bus solutions would deliver a service in line with the state government’s directives.
According to him, the staff bus solution would also enable the vital Lagos workforce to safely return to full capacity.
“The new service allows companies to either lease buses directly from Plentywaka or have their staff picked up and dropped off from designated points.
“Options include a driver approved by Plentywaka as well as access via mobile to a dashboard for real-time monitoring and data collection.
“While the easing of the lockdown provides some assurances, we still need to remain vigilant and take the necessary precautions to avoid community spread of the virus.
“The launch of the staff bus solutions enables us to offer assurance to business owners anxious about traveling, by providing a safer alternative for them to achieve their 2020 plans,” the managing director said.
Enagwolor revealed that after the brief pause due to COVID-19, Plentywaka resumed services on May 5 and was seeking to build on its previous successes.
“As part of the new launch, Plentywaka is offering new and existing users free rides on the new routes for a week via their app. The offer will be available from May 18 and will end at 6 p.m. on May 23.
“Similar to most businesses, COVID-19 created a major hurdle for us but this is the time to be dynamic in meeting customers’ needs, especially those around safety.
“Commuters across Lagos need transport operators that take their wellbeing seriously and that is why we are expanding our services,”Enagwolor said.
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