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Larry Madowo Jul 11
Uber, Taxify & other ride-hailing apps in Kenya have agreed to raise fares after talks with drivers & Transport ministry. Parties signed legally non-binding MoU to ‘cushion drivers from price differentials’ during price changes
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Larry Madowo Jul 11
Replying to @LarryMadowo
'Price considerations per km by Digital App Taxi Providers will be guided by the average operating vehicle cost and classification of vehicles as provided by the Automobile Association guidelines.' That's the exact text of the agreement. That's exactly what the drivers wanted
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Hon GG Jul 11
Replying to @LarryMadowo
A question for you Larry is Uber a Taxi company or an App
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