Trekk: Nigeria’s e-transport solution redefining mobility.

Excited to announce the next episode of the Climate Talk Podcast. Our guest, Isaac Oyedokun is one of the young Nigerians innovating and redefining transportation in Nigeria.

From a 70-year-old man to young teenage girls, Trekk Scooters is redefining communities’ access to smart and affordable mobility. This sustainability-focused transport company is already providing solutions to thousands of people across Nigeria!


”During my university days as a student in a Nigerian public school, I faced a lot of transport challenges. So this is a way to give back to the community that raised me”.


In this chat with ’Seyifunmi Adebote, Host of the Climate Talk Podcast, Isaac shares with us his motivation to establish Africa’s first e-scooter platforms Trek scooters.


On the episode, among many things, you will learn about:

  • How these electricty scooters work and who the primary users are.
  • The technology used to run this innovation, Africa’s first e-scooter sharing platform
  • Ways government can support new transport solutions such as Trekk
  • Why transport innovations are needed in the face of climate change impacts and increasing health concerns.

More about Trekk Scooters here:

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So much is heard about Climate Change, ironically, little is known about Climate Action. The Climate Talk Podcast is a youth-led and primarily youth-focused learning platform for people all over the world to take practical and guided steps towards addressing Climate Change. The Climate Talk Podcast is hosted by ‘Seyifunmi Adebote with the support of the International Climate Change Development Initiative and Media for Community Change Initiative.