GoMyWay, Nigeria’s First Ride-Sharing App Is One Year Today

This actually a good news for the Nigerian tech ecosystem. GoMyWay, an indigenous ride-sharing app has just turned one year.

Exactly one year today, GoMyWay was launched to provide an alternative but safe and affordable means in form of ride-sharing arrangement.

Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital is the busiest and the most stressful place to work in Nigeria. This is further complicated by an expensive and discordant system of transportation. In spite of new forms of road transportation created by the state government, Lagosians who work in different part of the state often find it difficult to get to their place of work easily with cost commensurate with their income.


In the last 12 months, GoMyWay has contributed positively by connecting car owners with credible workers who can join them to subsidise their cost of  transportation. In a city with serious security concern, GoMyWay extensive drivers and passengers verification system has made the platform safe and secure for all the people who depend on it.

At PageOne, we celebrate the doggedness, ingenuity and steadfastness of the team at GoMyWay. We wish Damilola Tehidi and her team many more years to come.

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