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Naivas opens third store along the busy Lang’ata road

Apr 23, 2024
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Naivas made a return in Lang’ata with the grand opening of its newest branch, conveniently located in a populous residential area of the very busy Lang’ata Road.

Located at Lang’ata Medlink, a mixed-use development, the branch covers 28,000 square feet of trading space bringing the count of outlets along the road to three, Lang’ata at Freedom Heights and One Stop Foodmarket in One Stop Arcade.

It has a spacious retail floor showcasing a wide array of products and services, and as is our standard, customers will find everything they need in one convenient location.

 The branch features dedicated sections for electronics, home goods, clothing in addition to fresh, commodities and fast moving consumer goods not forgetting knowledgeable dedicated staff ready to serve, convenient parking and easy access for shoppers.

 “We are excited to expand our presence in Lang’ata since this is an ever-growing area of Nairobi and once we identify a gap and need in a community, we move in a strategic and calculated manner to fill it. This new store is one such undertaking. We have gone on to provide a wholesome shopping experience meeting everyday needs as well as aspirational wants. This was always in the plan and from the word go, we were determined to deliver a store for the Lang’ata resident that truly brings the worldclass shopping experience to them.” Naivas Chief of Strategy Andrea Von Paleske remarked

As a homegrown brand, Naivas has committed to having the our customer’s interests at heart hence the commitment to not only meet but exceed their needs in every way possible.

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 “This opening comes at a very exciting period and at just the right time to join the Kikapu Kibonge Supaa Safari Campaign. Our customers are guaranteed that each time they walk through our doors they can trust us to deliver on our promise; saves you money.” Naivas Chief of Operations Peter Mukuha stated.

 According to Mukuha, every store opening is an opportunity to appreciate the unwavering support from our costumers.

This is the retailers store number 103 countrywide after they announced closure of the Heilsalassie way express store saying the store was non-profitable.

Currently, the Kikapu kibonge campaign is on and  has seen Kenyans having a reprieve during the very hard economic times through amazing sales promotions.

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