Uber's Victory in London: Are we going to experience the protest in Nigeria?

While we are waiting for Nigeria Taxi Drivers Association to protest and challenge in court against Uber, The Taxi hailing service that currently operate in Nigeria and other parts of the globe, a London court has ruled in favour of their services. The ruling is a victory for the ride-hailing service, which has faced significant opposition from London's established cab trade, but taxi drivers already are challenging the decision.

"With legal certainty established over taximeters, we will continue to work hard with all of our stakeholders to deliver taxi and private hire services which meet the needs of modern London," Leon Daniels, the regulator's managing director of surface transport, said in a statement.

Jo Bartram, Uber UK general manager said "This is great news for Londoners and victory for common sense ".
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The company disruptive expansion into heavily regulated domain of Taxi drivers has generated protest and leg challenges across the globe.
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The London licensed Taxi drivers Association has already filed an appeal.
Uber a Taxi hailing company founded in 2009, currently operates in over 200 cities including Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria.
Will Nigeria Taxi Drivers ever protest their services?
Are we going to see the kind of protests that occurred in cities like Rio, Paris, Mexico city, Guangzhou and others where cars were burnt?
Time will tell.
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