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Zainab Balogun Announced as the Face of Easy Taxi Nigeria's Safety Campaign

Easy Taxi Nigeria, Nigeria's foremost taxi requesting service today announces Zainab Balogun as the face of its safety campaign. 

In her role, Zainab will represent the Easy Taxi Nigeria brand campaign for safety by encouraging the usage of the application as a safe and convenient transportation option, with emphasis on the different taxi riding experience Easy Taxi brings. 

Bankole Cardoso, the Managing Director of Easy Taxi Nigeria states that "Zainab is the perfect fit for the company as she conveys the fun, youthful and audacious style the brand represents. We also chose her for this campaign because of her unique personality and her genuinely appealing brand presence. For this and many more reasons, we are thrilled to welcome her into the Easy Taxi Nigeria family". 

Known for her talents as a media personality, model and fast rising actress, the Nigerian beauty with brains will be partnering with Easy Taxi Nigeria to achieve its mission in the Nigerian transportation system.

"I am pleased to have been chosen by Easy Taxi Nigeria for this role. I have always been an advocate for safe transportation options especially as someone in an industry where sometimes driving after a long day of shooting can be extremely tedious. It's refreshing and comforting to know there is a safe transportation option available!" States Zainab Balogun

Easy Taxi Nigeria which began operations in Lagos in July 2013 has since expanded its services to Abuja and has other cities like Ibadan, Calabar, Portharcourt and Enugu in-view as it continues to be relentless in its bid to revolutionize the taxi culture in Nigeria.

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