Public Transport, The Bane of My Minimum Wage Existence

written for True Africa
I once had a conversation with my Uber driver where he said that the biggest infrastructural problem faced by Nigerians is the power supply. I agreed with him on that day and we talked about how many more people could engage in entrepreneurship and become more independent if there was steady power supply. However, after a few trips without my car or Uber, I feel strongly that the issue of transport is just as important as the lack of power supply. Read more here >>>>>