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Since then taxify drivers have been on the watchlist of all security agents and commuters, obviously the negative effect has been much on the drivers. This has prompted a road protest around the city of Lagos carrying placards with inscription “We are not rapists,” “We are not kidnappers,” “We are partners in this business,” “No driver partners, No Taxify, No Uber, No Riders,” “We need respect from riders,” among others.
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