Mash East Africa Limited, has left Kenyans talking after a photo of there bus VIP section was shared by the Skika road authority recently on there Facebook page.
The photo of mash poa VIP section shared by Sikika road authority; photo courtesy of Sikika road authority.
The Scania touring by Mash East Africa; photo courtesy of Mash East Africa.
There buses are assembled by the best local fabricators, Master fabricators limited and Banbros fabricators limited. the bus come with a VIP section at the front and a business class section at the back. The bus are named according to the presence of an air conditioner as either mash cool ( have an air conditioner ) and Mash Poa ( lacks an air conditioner ). There buses also come with reclining seats , charging sockets, audiovisual entertainment and free drinks offered.
Mash poa ( Kisumu Marwa) heading to Mombasa from Kisumu recently; photo courtesy of Bus World Africa.
Mash East Africa is currently dubbed the king of luxury in East Africa with buses operating between Kenya , Uganda and Rwanda.
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