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How you can ride like a Boss with Bossbus

Jim Iyke has been winning in his career. Recently the Nollywood Actor and his film production company, 6th Sense produced a very relatable movie, Bad Comments to reiterate the impacts of cyberbullying in Nigeria. 

The movie was received well, Iyke’s fans doubled and the government showed interest in adapting the movie to different channels in order to amplify issues of mental health and online bullying in the Nigerian youth sector. 

Naturally, revolutionary transport tech company, Bossbus had to partner with the popular Actor on his movie. He has shown that he truly deserves to ride like a Boss.

Here’s how you can be like him and go on comfortable trips like a Boss with the new Bossbus app. 

  1. Visit the Bossbus app

Download the Bossbus app on Playstore or the App store on your Android or iOS device. Click on create an account and select a category. Add the necessary details to get started on the platform. 

  1. Charter a ride

Pick a convenient duration so you can use the service as long as you want. Add your location, the day and time you plan to take off and the style (economy, standard or premium) you prefer to use for your trip.

  1. Ride like a Boss

As soon as you proceed to payment and pay for your trip, you go to any location of your choice and enjoy a reliable, safe and affordable trip like a real Boss. 

Bossbus is a leading provider of transport technology solutions in Africa.  Launched in 2019, the company operates across major Nigerian cities like Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Warri and many more.

The platform launched its chartered services which allow users charter cars, SUVs, buses, boats, helicopters and private jets. For more information, visit www.bossbusworld.com and to use the platform, visit app.bossbusworld.com 

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Bossbus Is Transforming Urban Mobility With Other Affordable And More Convenient Transport

While a lot is being said about startups providing ride-hailing, freight management, delivery and logistics services, not much is being said about transport technology platforms catering to the underserved sectors of urban mobility in Africa. 

Few companies have figured out how to aggregate the majority of these underserved sectors like the vehicle rental and vehicle charter services for land, water and air in one tech-enabled platform. 

Incidentally, a revolutionary platform, Bossbus has broken the mould and is using the power of technology to transform the urban mobility industry by delivering these integrated charter services, thereby offering more reliable, safe, affordable and convenient commuting experiences to many customers.  

How Bossbus is disrupting urban mobility.

Starting with Nigeria, Bossbus is pledging access to multiple means of transport at a cheaper rate through its custom tech services.

The transport tech company engages, manages and helps owners, vendors and drivers of luxurious saloon cars and buses, SUVs, boats, helicopters and private jets earn and retain customers with its innovative new app. Bossbus charter services ensure riders have access to fixed transportation fares, affordable rates, convenient scheduling and ride tracking system.  

The platform’s mission is to put an end to the growing pains of commuting for many riders; they can book trips based on price, location, length of days and many more bespoke options on the Bossbus app using a Smartphone or laptop.

Speaking on how customers use the platform with pressmen at a Conference in Lagos recently, Bossbus Founder and CEO; Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode says, 

“While we are still developing our ride pooling app, our charter services allow riders who usually take four trips in a day and spend up to N20,000, to book a saloon car and a chauffeur available throughout the day at a cheaper rate. You can also have one driver for multiple trips. ”

He added, “The difference is there is no last-minute cancellation of rides by drivers, you can book rides weeks or days before the take-off date and take vehicles for inter/ intrastate travels. Bossbus is a very user-friendly platform so you won’t have any trouble using it. We also have an extensive GPS and security system that helps us monitor trips and verify all our drivers and vendors before and after take-off.”

Investing in the future.

Bossbus has built an unconventional transport app from scratch through the help of its dedicated developers and tech experts who began working on the platform in 2019. Owners, vendors and drivers of underserved services will be able to register on the platform, monitor their earnings and serve riders in any part of Africa utilising the app. 

The team also confirmed that they are working on integrating e-ticketing solutions through USSD payments without the use of smartphones. 

The Bossbus app is currently available in major Nigerian cities like Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Enugu, Owerri, and many more. 

While discussing investments from individuals, Venture Capital firms and other interested organisations, Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode says, 

“We are finally ready to have partners and investors work with us to provide comfortable, luxury, and seamless transport services to millions of customers around the country.” 

We are also seeking the intervention of the government to create a better enabling environment for startups like ours. We are already in talks with them and we look forward to more collaborations in future.” 

Last month, Nollywood Actor, Jim Iyke partnered with Bossbus on his debut movie, Bad Comments. The transport tech company has been supporting the actor’s movie premieres in major cities like Lagos and Abuja, stunning fans and guests with premium  SUVs, Rolls Royce and Hummer Limousine.  

Bossbus is a leading provider of transport technology solutions in Africa and continues to exceed expectations where many tech-enabled mobility companies give up and drive their businesses to other industries. 

The tech firm has been working with top business, travel, lifestyle, entertainment and transport companies in Africa to break free from the regular infrastructure and stand out with exciting and innovative tech products and services. Download the app via the App Store, Playstore or visit app.bossbusworld.com to use the Bossbus platform. 

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Transport Tech Company, Bossbus Partners Jim Iyke On New Movie, Bad Comments

Revolutionary transport technology company, Bossbus has announced a partnership with Nollywood Actor and Movie Producer, Jim Iyke for his debut production and film, Bad Comments.

This partnership, one of the many projects Bossbus plans to take part in this year, is focused on providing safe luxury transport tech services to Sixth Sense as they drive home the message of the movie, Bad Comments.

While speaking at a press conference after signing a contract with Bossbus in Lagos, Jim Iyke expressed his love for the brand. In his remarks, he stated that “Bossbus is like family. This union goes way beyond the call of business. We will take Bossbus to the next level because I don’t see any better brand to partner with asides from this one.” 

Nollywood Actor and Movie Producer; Jim Iyke (M) signing a partnership contract with Bossbus brand executives; CEO, Bossbus; Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode (L) and Chairman, Board of Directors, Bossbus; Felix Achibirim (R) at a Bossbus press conference in Lagos .

For Bossbus, the relationship with the entertainment industry is the beginning of a new journey. Addressing pressmen on the collaboration, CEO, Bossbus; Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode explained that the transport tech company will be promoting the movie and the entertainment industry due to the latter’s ability to showcase Nigeria’s innovation to the world. 

He stated that “The entertainment industry is the biggest ambassador of Nigerian innovation and tech industry.” 

Reflecting on Bossbus’ connection to the Nollywood Actor, Mr Fakayode said, “There’s no other person that depicts the image of a ‘Boss’ rather than Jim Iyke. Jim Iyke is a very humble and forward-thinking man and there’s intermediation between our services and the movie. We’re very proud to be associated with him and Sixth Sense.”

L-R; CEO, Bossbus; Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode, Actor and Movie Producer; Jim Iyke and Chairman, Board of Directors, Bossbus; Felix Achibiri at a Bossbus press conference in Lagos . 

Bossbus has been at the forefront of transforming the transport and technology industry with its integrated charter services, ride-hailing or fleet optimization program that provides safe, reliable, affordable and comfortable commuting experiences for its many customers.

The tech company’s mandate is not just to aggregate the majority of underserved sectors of the transportation industry like the vehicle, water, boat and air charter and rental services but to uplift the tech ecosystem by providing and promoting growth for technology developers and experts, especially in Nigeria. 

L-R: Director, Bossbus; Henry Nelson, Nollywood Actor and Movie Producer; Jim Iyke, Chairman, Board of Directors, Bossbus; Felix Achibiri, Director, Bossbus; Diana Smart, Company Secretary, Bossbus; Olufemi Mojisola Olamide, and CEO, Bossbus; Oluwatobi Johnson Fakayode at the Bossbus press conference in Lagos . 

For more information on Bossbus products and services, please visit www.bossbusworld.com or download the app on Google Play or the App Store. You can also follow Bossbus via their social media platforms www.facebook.com/Bossbusworld/ or on Instagram at @bossbusworld 

About Bossbus

Bossbus is a leading provider of transport technology solutions in Africa. Launched in 2019, the company operates across major Nigerian cities like Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt, Abuja, Warri and many more. 

The platform launched its chartered services which allows users charter cars, suvs, buses  boats, helicopters and private jets. Users can choose rides based on price, location, length of days and many more bespoke options on the platform via app.bossbusworld.com

Bossbus provides secure, reliable and affordable transportation experiences to users while simultaneously providing them with a convenient transportation system. 

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