We are very open to competition. It gives riders more choice; the more competition they have in the market, the more affordable the product becomes and the more the service level goes up. It translates to a better experience for riders. That is extremely important for us.
His upcoming show, which will take place on the 25th at The Alchemist in Westlands, the first as a solo artist since Just A Band took a break to work on personal projects, shares a title with the EP.
Shege is, probably, the first contemporary visual documentarian of the Akorino nation. He can say he is the first person to photograph the Akorino consistently and professionally, and put the images online.
Using Twitter, the de facto platform for tech savvy Kenyans for engaging whoever irks, or impresses them, #WhatIsARoad is engaging Nairobians to collect comprehensive data set of all potholes in the city.