OLX Demonstrates Support for Traffic Control, Enhances LASTMA’s Operations

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To show support and appreciation to the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) for control, management and regulation of traffic operations in Lagos State, leading online classified site, OLX Nigeria recently donated raincoats to the agency to further improve the quality of its operations .

Reiterating its commitment to making everybody win , Lola Masha, Country Manager, OLX stated that OLX is focused on helping and empowering the communities in which they operate and that is why  the company constantly find ways to partner with key stakeholders who provide value for their users and community at large.  “We  commend all the work being done by LASTMA to ensure free flow of  traffic,  road users safety and the provision of  rescue and emergency services for Lagosians”.

Also speaking at the presentation, Olawale Musa, General Manager, LASTMA extended appreciation  to the OLX team for their kind gesture and generous donation of rain coats. “We are deeply touched by the recognition from OLX of the work the men do on the road as we know it’s not easy for them despite the weather condition”.

Musa said that one of the agency’s focus is to make the economy thrive and that is why the LASTMA men work round the clock to ensure the continuous smooth flow of traffic and to create an atmosphere for a sustainable social and economic growth by ensuring free traffic flow in the state.

The OLX Group operates a network of online trading platforms in over 40 countries. It builds market leading classifieds marketplaces that empower millions of people to buy, sell and create prosperity in local communities.

With over 300 million monthly users worldwide, OLX Group makes it fast and easy to buy and sell almost anything online, such as household goods, phones, cars and houses. Through consumer brands including Avito, Dubizzle, Letgo, OLX, Stradia and Storia, more than 10 million things are listed on its market-leading apps and platforms every single month.

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