Swvl is here to stay, its top executive has said. Following reports in December that the travel company which has jumped into the chaotic matatu industry was leaving the Kenyan market, SWVL has refuted the claims by some bloggers.
SWVL embarked on the Kenyan market after raising almost US100M in investments last year.
The Egyptian bus-hailing company embarked on a pilot scheme in Nairobi and in December last year, it launched long-distance travel services.
Those who have used the services say that the company move is welcome to ease the madness that comes with the festive seasons’ travel.