Nigeria’s first e-scooter operator, Trekk scooter, says introducing students to low-cost, carbon-free shared electric scooters will further assist in achieving the SDGs by 2030.
The Chief Executive Officer of Trekk, Isaac Oyedokun, disclosed on Monday in Lagos.
He spoke on the launch of a new technological trend of transportation at Pan-Atlantic University as a way to help students and staff get around campus.
Trekk partnered with Pan-Atlantic University on the innovation.
“This is a major step in technological transformation journey on the campus.
“Trekk e-scooters can be active 24 hours a day, seven days a week, enabling the students to commute around the clock within the university premises.
“In order to use one of the scooters, riders should scan the QR code on the handlebars to begin a ride with a friendly price, “he said.
Oyedokun said Trekk was excited to be partnering with PAU on the innovation as an institution that provides world class education with strong commitments to entrepreneurship development among its students.
“We further extend the global reach of Trekk e-scooters as we expand into new channels of citadel of learning in various institutions in Nigeria and beyond.
“Similarly, we believe that introducing students and faculty members to our fleet of low-cost,
carbon-free shared electric scooters will further assist in achieving the SDGs by 2030.
“Electric scooters for students are a quick, affordable and fun way to get around campus, and Trekk is thrilled to welcome PAU in their Campus.
“The future is technology and as Trekk starts rolling out e-scooters on PAU Campus, the students will be able to enjoy a comfortable ride through the TREKK Mobile apps (iOS and Android).