Gokada

Gokada

Gokada

Move Around Lagos with a Safe, Smart and Affordable Gokada Bike Ride. Download the App on android our site and iOS our site
Type
B2c
Founded
2017
Raised
$5.3M
Follow us
Alexa global traffic share
Twitter followers
Latest funding
$5,300,000
Venture capital (Series A) - 2019
Adventure Capital Rise Capital IC Global Partners +1
Team Size
9
Employees
Location
Headquarters

Product overview

the problem

With a fast growing population, peaking population density and an absence of reliable public transport systems, motorists are unable to move around freely and seamlessly without being hindered by notorious traffic congestion.

the solution

on-demand motorcycle taxi service connecting commuters with cautious, verified, experienced, and well trained motorcycle drivers to enable them move smartly to beat traffic

target group

Our core segment is the working professional segment. They want to get to work and back seamlessly without being hindered by traffic. They have a relatively higher disposable income to absorb any higher prices that might occur with this service.

Reuters Tech News

Suspect arrested in murder of founder of Gokada ride-sharing app: media reports

Reuters Tech News

Gokada app founder died of multiple stab wounds, NY medical examiner says

Sam Wakoba , Reuters Tech News

Gokada CEO, Fahim Saleh presumed dead after body found in New York apartment - TechMoran

TechCabal

Gokada finds new growth in logistics thanks to a previous success story in Bangladesh

TechCabal

Gokada partners Jumia on food deliveries

TechCabal

Gokada is pivoting to delivery and boat services, here is what this means for them

TechCabal

In Lagos, Gokada and MAX.ng riders take to the streets to protest “okada ban”

TechCabal

BREAKING: ORide, MAX.ng, Gokada and others banned from major areas in Lagos

$5,300,000 Venture capital (Series A)
TechCrunch

Nigeria’s Gokada raises $5.3M round for its motorcycle ride-hail biz

Digest Africa

Two of Africa's leading boda-hailing startups are backed by same investor