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Is BOLT/UBER Still A Lucrative Business? by EmirOfNews: 10:51am On Nov 25, 2023
Hello guys,

Pls, right now, I don't even know what to do. I'm planning to japa but someone advised that I should buy a car and I use for BOLT in Ibadan for now till I make final decision.

Pls, I don't want to enter wahala investing in the business.

Pls guys, is this business still lucrative? Especially in Ibadan.

I plan to buy a Toyota Corolla or Camry (2005-2006).

Pls, I need advise and help!! Thanks all 🙏

cc; domique, FOD
Re: Is BOLT/UBER Still A Lucrative Business? by DynamicWriter(f): 11:01am On Nov 25, 2023
Japa without looking back. wink

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