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Naivas opens 88th store in Ruai

Nov 19, 2022
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Kenya’s Leading retailer Naivas Supermarket has today officially opened its 88th outlet in Ruai along Kangundo road.
The newest store by the retailer which covers 35,000 square feet of trading space, promises to
adequately serve the residents of Ruai as it carries through on its mission of delivering a world class shopping experience to all.
This opening comes during the exciting Naivas annual festive season campaign dubbed Kikwetu.
In the 2022 campaign called #TeamNaivas, the campaign has two phases with the first phase Kikombe Kikwetu whose tagline is “Kila Mkenya ni Mshindi” having already kicked off.
It is therefore an moment for the residents of who now get to experience the joy that is the Naivas festive season with something in pstore for everyone ranging from market-leading sales promotions to chances of winning gift vouchers, the iconic Naivas mbuzi and even TVs.
Speaking during the launch Naivas Chief Commercial Officer Willy Kimani said the expansion targets to bring the uniqueness by Naivas with their offering of freshness, quality, and affordability to all their customers.
“With every new opening we ensure that the store set-up, layout, and catalogue meet shopper needs. We understand that you need to have a reason why shoppers choose you as their retailer of choice, and that’s why for us exceeding customer expectations is our modus operandi,”remarked Willy Kimani.
“As a homegrown brand, we know we bear a responsibility to the communities where we set up
shop, we believe we exist to make other people’s lives better and this goes beyond our excellent customer service. We firmly believe in the sustainability of not just our business but also the communities we serve and that is why we have firmly entrenched environmental, safety and governance practices embedded throughout our business operations something that we know the residents of Ruai will appreciate given the strained infrastructure borne out of a very fast-growing township,” concluded Kimani.

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