Dego Ride wants more women on board

KUALA LUMPUR: The Dego Ride app is now live with over 700 approved riders covering the Klang Valley and the bike e-hailing company is calling for more female riders to come on board.

Its founder and chief executive officer Nabil Feisal Bamadhaj said women make up a high number of passengers who want to use the bike-hailing service.

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