Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles took tooks air not a rare sight across many African countries. But one new fleet of the three wheeled vehicles, silently making its way onto the streets of the Ugandan capital Kampala, is different. Kenya based firm Soccer Watch is deploying. Electric took tooks to deliver goods to small retailers in what is claimed as a first for the continent. It's a move that could provide a welcome option in cities across the region grappling with growing air pollution from gridlock'd highways. But for soccer watch, it's also about slashing maintenance costs. Mary Marjorie Nan Kinga is a mechanical engineer who manages the fleet. Now we're connecting the battery. Yeah, it has to fix that in this gifts. We're supposed to see a a display when we turn on mhm on. He is our discipline. The battery life is that 100%. Chief executive Daniel You describes electric vehicles as the future of mobility across Africa. Admittedly, soccer watch currently has just eight electric took took in Uganda, compared to 178 that a gasoline powered. But the company is looking to deploy an additional eight in Rwanda before rolling out the vehicles to Kenya and Tanzania.