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Yenko! Ghana's solution to Uber and meter taxi wars

An entrepreneur in Ghana came up with a solution to help solve the problem between Uber and meter taxis in the country.

Renowned broadcaster, Lee Kasumba on her Africa connected journey, met with the developer of the App, Yenko, to find out more.

Yenko cars partner with the meter taxis within the key regions and put them on the App.

Lee Kasumba, broadcaster

The meter taxis would go through the testings that an Uber [driver] would go through.

Lee Kasumba, broadcaster

READ: Lee Kasumba heads to Kumasi, Ghana ahead of Africa day

Kasumba says in the early stages of launching the App, they had signed up over 10 000 users.

In Kumasi, Kasumba met up with two young people who deliver start-up science kits to schools.

In Kumasi, people are about community and culture.

Lee Kasumba, broadcaster

Follow Lee's journey around Africa here

Listen to what the kits comprise of...


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