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Nigeria: Easy Taxi to drive Ebola awareness campaign

August 25, 2014 • Company News, Top Stories, West Africa

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Te company continues to live up to expectations by consistently taking measures to ensure it doesn’t compromise on its services especially when it comes to the safety and convenience of its drivers and riders. (Image source: Google/itproportal.com)

Easy Taxi and Dettol have set up a training session for the Easy Taxi drivers during their monthly meeting to inform them on the symptoms and preventive measures of the deadly Ebola virus.

The drivers who were visibly pleased with the session were also enlightened on the importance of cultivating and maintaining a culture of good sanitary practices with the support of representatives from Red Care Health Services.

“Considering the immense importance of maintaining a clean hygiene, Red Care is happy to be a part of equipping and enlightening the drivers with adequate information on the virus to recruit them as agents of change to spread the word about the importance of personal hygiene. This we hope, will help improve the public knowledge and contain the spread of the virus.” – Dr. Babajide Oyeduntan, Head of Corporate Services, Red Care.

According to Easy Taxi, the company continues to live up to expectations by consistently taking measures to ensure it doesn’t compromise on its services especially when it comes to the safety and convenience of its drivers and riders.

“Dettol is partnering with Easy Taxi in order to reach as many Nigerians as possible with our Ebola Awareness Campaign. This is one out of many platforms we will be using to educate Nigerians on how to avoid this deadly virus which has claimed valuable lives over the course of a few months. Other platforms will include going to religious gatherings, motor parks, markets, corporate organisations, hospitals, schools and neighborhoods. This campaign is very important to us because we care about our people and their hygiene.” States Mr. Wole Elusakin RB Marketing and Activation Lead, West Africa.

Staff Writer

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