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Nigerian start-up rolls out e-scooters to boost electric mobility

By Reuters
17 August 2022   |   5:14 am
Trekk Scooters, a Nigerian based transportation company is leveraging on eco-friendly technology to redefine how people move within gated communities like campuses & residential estates. Their eco-friendly, two-wheeled scooters provide affordable and fun means of transportation for users, while also making the environment free of harmful air pollutants.

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