Did you ever imagine that running a cab business would be a profitable venture?
Some Ghanaians living in France who work in the taxi industry have revealed how much they make from their jobs.
In a recent interview with ZionFelix in Paris, these cab business operators stated that they may earn approximately GHS 40,000 a month from their operations.
They emphasized how profitable the company’s operations are.
According to them, their businesses were not adversely affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
As Nana Yaw Frimpong, who has been in the business for approximately 22 years, explains, “getting the car is a very difficult thing to accomplish.” Originally, it was 250,000 Euros, but it is now a little less expensive at 200,000 Euros. To go to work, we drive around in some truly stunning automobiles.
“The taxi industry is not in bad shape; in fact, it is quite good. When you first start out, you can expect to work for a firm for approximately 4 years until you have saved up enough money to purchase a car for yourself. However, you must pay approximately 240,000 euros in order to obtain the documentation that permits you to function as a driver. However, because things have changed, this fee has been reduced on average as well.
Watch the entire interview in the video below.