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Kijicho App Registers 1500 Public Service Vehicles to Enhance Road Safety

IMG-20140719-WA0006Do you take public transport? If you do have you ever wanted to say something to fellow passengers, the bus company or operator, or the authorities about something you don’t like on the buses?
Launched late last year, Kijicho App enables users post videos, photos, recorded audio or simple text to bus owners or operators and as well access comments and ratings submitted by other passengers in the same bus by simply punching in the registration number of the vehicle to sign up and post or rate their experiences. “We’re working hard to get owners and operators onto the platform so that they can respond to user complaints and comments. Meanwhile, user feedback about their travel experiences will be useful to others, so do extend the same generosity,” Bernad Adongo of NikoHapa Ventures, the firm behind Kijicho told TechMoran.

The app allows post text, pictures, audio, video, Twitter, SMS among other value added services from network providers.

KijichAppAdongo told TechMoran that Kijicho now has a new user interface that enhances the user experience, has added the jibambe: Unlock Convenience which network provider services such as Credit Balance, Internet Bundles, Mpesa, and even sending Bulk SMS.

The App is currently available on the web, Android with Windows and IOS versions under development.

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UserTestimonialGrl.nxt.door one of the users posted, “@TheNyatti other than jibambe kijichapp is a cool app for
updating guys on whats happening on the road plus it taught me to take
note of the fleet and reg notes of the mats incase anything were to
happen while on transit. so im one happy user :-))”
With over 3000+ posts, Kijicho App users can post in 3 categories; SOCIAL ie General chats ranging from traffic updates, music to football; OWNER ie When reporting incidences of misconduct or mishandling by the PSV crew and CRITICAL ie When reporting serious incidences like accidents, hijacking and so on. Kijicho joins Ma3Route to help road users and vehicle owners/operators safe time, money and above al lives!


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