Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Craft Silicon’s Little launches in Kisumu City today

Little Cab now in Kisumu

Safaricom backed Little, a taxi hailing app owned by Craft Silicon, is expanding across Kenya.

And today, they’ve officially entered Kisumu city.

With the launch, there’s the promise of a lot to change in the lakeside city which prior to last week’s launch of Fone Taxi didn’t have a “taxi app” company operating in the region.

Sendy, another Safaricom backed company, however operates bodaboda services in the region.

I was hoping for free rides though. Fingers-crossed.

Are you in Kisumu? Are you ready to start tax-ing? There’s a lot of promise for kids to school, adults to work, businesses to businesses, and many more groups of people with the entrance of many taxi solutions in the region.

Oh and there’s Free WiFi.

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