Uber drivers in Kenya protest against fare reduction

Uber drivers in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi, are protesting against the 35% fare reduction which recently came into effect.

The new price structure is a move that would affect their earnings, especially with three other mobile taxi applications also operating in Africa's tech hub.

702's John Robbie spoke to Southern African Editor of The Africa Report, Crystal Orderson.

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There's a lot of government support in terms of developing new apps, so Kenya has three other apps.

Crystal Orderson, The Africa Report

Taxi drivers are saying that they can use other apps as Uber is not the only player in the market.

Crystal Orderson, The Africa Report
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