The leading mobility and technology company, Max has pledged their commitment to support commercial riders with electric motorbikes for alternative livelihood to mitigate the high consumption of fuel in their operations.

According to Max company, the recent hike in fuel prices has made it necessary for an alternative livelihood for youth engaging in commercial motor-riding.

Addressing the media in Accra when announcing their entry into the Ghanaian market, the Country Operations Manager, Prince Amartey revealed that, Max, which is a vehicle financing company is introducing about 3000 to 5000 jobs to the youth through distributing a “work and pay” electric motorbikes and tricycles for the purpose of food, items, mail deliveries across the country.

Prince Amartey continued that, this initiative will empower the youth to own electric motorbikes for delivery services within a stipulated period rather than engaging in Okada business which is prohibited by law.

He, therefore, urged the youth to take advantage of this great opportunity for sustainable Income generation.

In addition, Mr Prince Amartey said subscribers who will come on board will receive free comprehensive insurance, life insurance for the rider, and other benefits from Max company.

He furthered that the introduction of the electric bike will help reduce carbon emissions to reduce respiratory diseases.