Wasili has extended operations to the fourth town since it launched in Nakuru in June 2018.
The app-based cab service company targets to capture regions that remain unexplored by competitors Uber, Bolt. inDriver and Little Cab.
Earlier this year, Wasili commenced operations in Naivasha and Eldoret as the second and third towns consecutively.
Founded by Mark Njagi and Tim Kamanga last year the e-hailing company has grown from registering three cabs on its platform to over 100.
“We plan to continue offering the best quality of services at the most competitive rates and also improve our services to serve more clients. We hope to roll out our cab services to all the counties in Rift Valley soon,” Mr Kamanga told Business Daily in an interview.
The taxi app charges Sh150 for the shortest trip and levies 15 percent commission on the driver/partner’s total earnings.