Bolt To Start Operating In Tamale
Bolt is extending its territories and the city of Tamale is its new space. Bolt has officially started operating in Tamale, making it the 8th city that the company operates in.
In a statement by the country manager, David Kotei Nikoi, during the launch in Tamale, he said: “We appreciate how far we have come as a nation since Ghana gained its independence and recognize that we are still on the journey towards the greatness of the visionaries who led us to our independence envisaged. It is on the back of this that at Bolt, we are keen to contribute towards the economic independence and freedom of many citizens,”
Tamale is in the Northern Region of Ghana and houses a couple of famous tourist sites and safaris in the country. As the capital of the northern region, it houses the Central Mosque and Mole National Park. With Bolt’s expansion, passengers can now move around conveniently.
“Our expansion within the major cities is strategic. We believe that once earning opportunities are created within major towns, there is a trickle-down effect to other parts, hence our strategic expansion within the major cities of the regions. Additionally, extending our footprint to the Northern Region is a testament to our bid to give all Ghanaian riders the freedom to do more and opt for efficient transportation services and drivers, a means to financial and economic independence,” Mr Nikoi added.
Bolt mobility services are already available in seven cities: Accra, Cape Coast, Kumasi, Takoradi, Sunyani, Koforidua, and Ho.