As Pamdrive Services Limited clocks 4 years on May 1st 2020, the management and members of the company decided to mark the auspicious occasion on Saturday 2nd, May 2020 by giving out palliatives in the form of food items, face mask and hand gloves to some members of Okujagu-Ama community to cushion the effects of the government's stay at home in order to curb the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Okujagu-Ama is a port community situated on a small island (Okirika Local Government Area of Port Harcourt, Nigeria) that can be reached by craft vessels
Items given out by Pamdrive Services Limited included rice, tomatoes paste, face mask and hand gloves. The beneficiaries of the palliatives who were mostly women (widow), expressed their excitement and offered their prayers while receiving the items. Over 40 persons benefited from this kind gesture. The distribution of the palliatives was led by the Okujagu-Ama Community Development Chairman, Mr. Dabor Opuye. This act was backed by Chief (Engr) Samuel Tonipirima Lambert, the Okujagu Kpeya VII, Paramount ruler of Okujagu-Ama communities, and the head of Okujagu Kpeya War Canoe House, Kirike Kingdom.
Pamdrive Services Limited is a fast growing, leading Nigeria taxi booking service company with the primary interest in providing accessible, affordable and safe taxi/logistic service that gives the passenger a pleasant experience. Pamdrive also operates other line of services such as
Pamstores: An online Market place (ecommerce) for buying and selling.
Pamdelivery: A delivery service which uses Pamdrive pool of riders.
All of the above services takes place on the Pamdrive mobile app.