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Uber partners with Total to provide benefits to driver-partners

Gerald Matola (left), the Total Kenya Card Sales Manager and Cecilia Karanja (right), a Business Development Executive launched the partnership with Kagure Wamunyu (second right), the Uber Head of Operations Kenya and Fernandez Kariuki (second left), the Operation Cordinator.


Uber partners with Total to provide benefits to driver-partners

Uber has partnered with oil company Total to provide great deals to benefit Kenya driver-partners. Under this partnership,the drivers will receive a competitive discount off every litre of fuel which gets loaded onto their fuel cards the following month.

Another added benefit of the card sees driver-partners receiving a machine power carwash for KES200, saving them KES100. As an added extra, they will also receive a solar lantern worth KES1000 when they apply for their TOTAL Fuel Card.

“We are delighted to be able to offer these extra benefits to driver-partners thanks to Total Kenya, which sees them being charged less for fuel, and we know every little bit helps when you’re working for yourself.” Nate Anderson, General Manager for Uber in Kenya said. ”We are excited about our new partnership with Total.  It gives us an opportunity to show our commitment and appreciation to driver-partners. Not only will they receive great benefits but this exclusive partnership will help reduce their daily costs and allow them to take home more money.”

In order for driver-partners to access these great benefits they are required to apply for their TOTAL Fuel Card at selected TOTAL service stations at no cost. The TOTAL BONVOYAGE is the leading Fuel Card in Kenya and a safe, simple and smart way for driver-partners to manage their fuel expenditure and can be used at Total’s network of 181 stations across Kenya.

“Uber is a leading, Global Technology and Innovation brand and the partnership will not only benefit driver-partners but also result to significant brand synergies for the two partners.” Alban Tarneaud, Marketing Manager at Total Kenya said.



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