Ghanian Builds “Bolt like” App To Help People Book “Keke” From The Comfort Of Their Homes
A Young Ghanian Man who is identified as David Dondo and is currently 25-year-old has co-founded “Kambuu“.
Kambuu is a free mobile application that his township in Upper West and the northern part of Ghana can use to book locally-made vehicles known as ‘pragya‘ (Ghana) or “Keke” (Nigeria) with their phones.
A publication by Ashesi University, stated;
“In his very first semester, he applied for funding from the Fund for Service to Youth and Children at Ashesi towards launching Kambuu. The Fund for Service to Youth and Children was established at Ashesi by the Ford Foundation to fund student startups that also contribute to wellbeing and social impact for young people”
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