Rwanda goes electric with locally made motorbikes
For 12 years Didier Ndabahariye has been ferrying passengers around the streets of Kigali - one of the thousands of motorbike taxi drivers, known locally as motos.
Recently, he switched his usual ride for getting around Rwanda's capital for one of the first electric motorbikes on the African continent.
"In the first days, things were not good because I was not used to riding e-motos and the bike sometimes cut-off.
"However I went on working, and soon I knew many things about how the bike works and how to ride it. Then I started saving more money," Didier explains.
He is one of 60 drivers riding an electric motorbike from the Rwandan firm Ampersand.