- Email Driver Inspired People On Social Media With His Marketing Strategy That Won Cash Gifts From Nigerians
- Inside the driver’s car you’ll find nuts, bottled water, and free Wi-Fi, all for passenger use, according to a biker who recently shared his experience.
- Nigerians on social media who were impressed got the driver’s bank details and started giving him money
An emailed taxi driver received financial assistance from Nigerians after a passenger shared his positive driving experience on social media.
Make the disclosure on LinkedIn, a man identified as Ore Afolayan said the passenger, a Twitter user, was impressed with the way the driver had treated him.
The taxi had candy, nuts, bottled water, and Wi-Fi that passengers could connect to.
In his words:
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“Unlike many other platforms he had used, this driver’s cab was mind blowing. There was candy, nuts, soda and wifi in the car.
“It was all free for a rider. It was amazing.”
The passenger was impressed
According to Afolayan, the Twitter user updated his phone with the free Wi-Fi connection and took to social media to let everyone know about his discovery.
“It was amazing. Other people who had met the driver shared their experiences.”
Monetary donation for the driver
People decided to give the driver money for his exemplary service and his bank details were shared online.
“Before long conversations about monetary donations started to help the driver restock his gift cabinets.
“Her account details have been shared online and trust empathetic Nigerians to start donating. Donations have poured in and out.
“Through a WhatsApp message, he thanked the Twitter user, the donors and wished them luck. Besides the freebies, he was said to be polite and his car smelled good.”
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Social networks react
In response, a LinkedIn user, Victor Agboli, said:
“He understands customer service.”
Naomi David commented:
Iraneus Ogu wrote:
“Wow. It may not seem like much but makes a lot of difference. Important reminder. Thank you.”
Oluwaferanmi Ayinde said:
“The customer relationship with the brand matters a lot, for each good service rendered, a free PR is added. “
Traffic jam as taxi drivers protest VIO’s illegal accusations
Legit.ng previously reported that commuters in the country’s capital Abuja on Monday July 12 woke up following a protest by a group of taxi drivers.
The drivers took to the streets for what they described as alleged harassment and the perception of illegal levies by officials from the Vehicle Inspection Bureau.
Protesters who carried placards with various inscriptions as they gathered at the Federal Secretariat, Abuja, called for an end to the VIO task force.