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Kejamove; – the Uber for Home/Office Moving launches in Kenya

by Milicent Atieno
Kejamove; - the Uber for Home/Office Moving launches in Kenya

Moving from one house to another can be a painful process. The best case scenario, you only get a few broken glasses, dishes, and plates. Worst case scenarios, more expensive goods like TV sets, and Computer monitor screens among other expensive stuff get broken or damaged. In the very nightmarish case, some of your property gets lost; the people helping you move steal some items. Kejamove wants to change all that.

Kejamove, working on the approach Uber used. Enables people looking for movers simply pull out their smartphones, make few taps on the screen and the movers pull up at their location with their specially designed mover vehicle, packaging materials, and skillful loaders. All that at an affordable price.

If you are looking for movers, simply head to, and make your order. Vetted drivers and a couple of loaders will be sent to your address. The type of vehicles and the number of loaders sent will depend on the amount of furniture you are moving from your old home/office to the new one.

The loaders will pack, wrap, and load your items onto the truck. After which they will be transported to your new location, where they will unload, put them inside your new home/office, unwrap and arrange them according to your specifications. They will also clean up the post-moving debris, hang up your curtains, mount the TV set aerial to the roof, do any technical installations needed around, and even make up your bed.

You will not even have to lift a finger. You will only need to give them directions on what you want to be done, and how you want it done. The company also says you don’t need to be there when the moving is being done. You can leave your old house in the morning, leave behind the key with a trusted person; they will come in and move your stuff to your new house and arrange the furniture, set up the electronics, put up the curtains, and even make your bed. In the evening, you can come from work direct to your new home.

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