It’s time for another edition of the Big 5 Daily gists. Enjoy a good read.
By January 2021, Ecobodaa will launch the first electronic motorbikes in Nairobi, Kenya. The drivers will be able to enrol in a “lease-to-own credit model” to purchase the bikes in the long run.
See Also: The Big 5 Daily 8th October 2020
In Nigeria, Plentywaka has added new fleets of buses from IVM (Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing) to extend its bus-hailing services in more states. Plentywaka will launch operations in South-South and South-Eastern Nigeria.
Jumia has launched a mobile gaming service in partnership with Mondia. The gaming portal is available in Nigeria, Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, and Egypt.
And finally, in Kenya, Airtel is leveraging Ericsson’s Radio System & Packet Core Solutions to revamp its 4G network. Airtel Kenya subscribers will get enhanced quality pf voice and data while the country gets ready for 5G deployment.
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