Jobike to serves in Rohiyanga Camps | The Daily Star
01:11 AM, June 11, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 10:52 AM, June 12, 2018

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Jobike to serves in Rohiyanga Camps

For development activists to better server the Rohingya population of Cox's Bazar, JoBike, country’s first bicycle sharing app, has taken steps to assist them. To ensure easy access to transport, JoBike Founder Mehedi Reza handed over ten bicycles to Senior Assistant Secretary Muhammad Saiful Islam at Nayapara Rohiyanga Refugee Camp on Saturday. During the handover ceremony, Jobike Founder Mehedi Reza said,” We are proud to be a part of this community and to serve such a marginal community". JoBike Co-founder Mohammad Azharul Qudrat Khan and Operations Manager Istiaque Ahmed Shawon were, amongst others, present during the occasion. Jobike is going to start its test operation in Cox’s Bazar on this Eid.


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