Cab-hailing giant, Uber has hit a major milestone in Kenya, recording over 12 million trips in East Africa country since it launched in January 2015.
Uber said it had noticed an increase in the number of trips after it lowered its fare and offering occasional discounted rides.
The ride-hailing app, available in Mombasa, Nairobi, and Thika, has also grown the number of partners it has to 6,000.
Globally, Uber has made more than 5 billion trips in the over 570 cities where it is currently available.
To mark the milestone, the firm announced that it would embark on building a “more modern, dynamic, intelligent” features for riders and drivers to further grow the platform.