Administration failures blamed for ongoing ABOVE ALL troubles in Nairobi

Administration failures blamed for ongoing ABOVE ALL troubles in Nairobi



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More and more comments emerging from Kenya are now blaming the local UBER administration of incompetence, arrogance, and lack of knowledge, besides making inflammatory demands, rather than honestly engaging with their drivers.

As a result, though fares had been raised a few days ago, the unrest among UBER drivers has continuing.

The drivers really want nothing to do with moving the lawful foundation of their agreements out of Kenyan jurisdiction, and have claimed that they had been again shortchanged by the company more than promised fare increases. The motorists continue to take increasing issue with the particular 25 percent commission UBER is getting, which is being used to feed the particular fat cats in their local plus international offices.

UBER’ s global top management can also be in tatters, and with massive deficits on the books, the question must be inquired how the company can survive such an onslaught in the public domain, not just in the US along with other key markets, but closer to house in Kenya too.

Striking drivers are also reported to get resorted to foul play towards their colleagues not participating in the particular strike, and investigations have been were only available in reported cases which were narrated upon social media from Kenya yesterday.

Thankfully, Kenyans now have several alternatives to choose from, in part from businesses with lower fares, giving the particular clientele the final say on which app-based cab companies will survive plus which may have to pack it within.

 

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