Kuulpeeps of Kumasi and those of you who travel to Kumasi a lot but can’t quite rely on the public transport in the city, worry no more.
Uber has a solution for you!
Today, Uber service became available in the Ashanti Regional capital city.
To passengers, Uber is essentially synonymous with taxis, and to drivers, it’s basically a referral service. The Android, iOS and Windows Phone app connects riders with drivers using their phone’s GPS capabilities, letting both parties know one another’s location and eliminating the question of when the ride will actually arrive.
If your phone runs on any of the above operating systems and you’re in Kumasi or the next time you’re in Kumasi just tap, ride and be on your way.
“We are incredibly excited to announce that uberX is now available in Kumasi, which means getting around Ghana has never been easier,” Uber said in a statement.
“That’s right! You can now request a safe, reliable and affordable ride at the tap of a button. Whether you’re heading to Kumasi International Airport, KNUST, Kejetia Market or anywhere in between – simply request uberX from your smartphone and enjoy the ride!”
If you find yourself having a bad time with public transport in Kumasi, don’t say we didn’t tell you about the Uber services you can enjoy there.