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Shaxi: Shatta Wale Set To Launch Uber-Car Operation Business Called SHAXI – This Is Everything To Know And You’d Be Amazed




Award winning act, Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior known in the showbiz as Shatta Wale is set to introduce an Uber-Car transportation service in Ghana known as ‘Shaxi’ (Shatta Taxi).

Shatta Wale Shaxi operation
Shatta Wale

It is one of his numerous business innovations yet to hit the market. It is the revolution of a new initiative to help every single driver out there to make more money like they deserve.

Shaxi is a form of transportation. It’s an acronym coined from ‘Shatta Taxi’. It’s a fantastic idea to provide jobs for people, particularly Ghanaians, and to assist drivers in getting the most out of their work.



Shaxi Shatta Wale Taxi



It will be the most cost-effective mode of transportation for commuters, allowing the poor and vulnerable to experience cab rides with the few resources they have.

Shaxi will compete giant businesses like Uber, Bolt, Ola Cabs, Lyft, Grab, DiDi and other transportation companies.

Shaxi would not only transport people to their destinations, but it would also convey goods across Ghana’s sixteen regions.



Shaxi Shatta Wale Taxi





Shaxi transport guarantees secure and comfortable rides for its passengers, as well as affordable charges.

Shatta Wale, the CEO, will shortly unveil the official Shaxi website and app on both the AppStore and PlayStore, where drivers can log in, pick up customers, drive using GPS, and view their earnings.

Shaxi, unlike Bolt, Uber, and others, which are run by foreigners and charge exorbitant fees, is a Ghanaian share ride targeted at reducing unemployment rates in the country.

Below are some few things to know about Shaxi:

Who founded Shaxi?

Shaxi was founded by Shatta Wale, a Ghanaian entrepreneur and award-winning dancehall and reggae artist. He is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Damika Group Of Companies.

When did Shaxi become popular?

Shatta Wale started hyping his Shaxi business somewhere in 2020. He promoted it across his social media platforms.

What is the full meaning of Shaxi?

Shaxi basically means Shatta Taxi.

Will Shaxi act like Uber and Bolt?

Shaxi CEO, Shatta Wale’s motive is to dethrone Uber services in Ghana. Shaxi is going to be a similar version of Uber but this time with reasonable fees.

What is Shaxi?

Shaxi is a Ghanaian share ride that is aimed in making drivers happy with fix charges and make passengers not pay outrageous fares. Shaxi is to make drivers and passengers happy all the time.

Shaxi Founder Net Worth

Shatta Wale is worth over $2m.

Will Shaxi run a worldwide service?

Shaxi just like Uber will in years to come expand globally.

Why Shaxi was launched/created?

Shaxi was introduced by Shatta Wale to create employment for people especially Ghanaians and also to help drivers enjoy from their labour.

Is Shaxi a Government owned business?

At the moment, it is a private company but it is likely to get support from the government of Ghana and any private entities.

Are there investors in Shaxi?

Shatta Wale is one of the realest public figures in Ghana. He mingles with wealthy men in Ghana and as such, many of his rich friends may have a hand in the development of Shaxi.

When is Shatta Wale’s Shaxi starting operation?

Shatta Wale has revealed on his Snapchat stories that his new car transport business is starting pretty soon.

How to book for Shaxi

To get a ride in Shaxi, you must first download the app from the AppStore or PlayStore. Sign up with your email address, search for your current location and destination, then select your preferred mode of transportation.

How to be a Shaxi driver

Download the App on AppStore or PlayStore and sign up as a driver and you’re set to start work right after having the customised car from the headquarters of the company.




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