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Leading local retail chain Naivas Supermarket is scheduled to open 3 branches in a span of one week ahead of the Kenyan Christmas festivities.

This development will bring the retailers’ store tally to 91.

Today the retailer opened its 89th store in parklands with the next one slated for tommorow in Nairobi West and the 91st store will be officially open for business from Next week Thursday at Uthiru.

Naivas Chief Commercial Officer Willy Kimani says This new development was motivated by the need to offer convenience to shoppers by offering them a world-class shopping experience at their doorstep.

“ We have not had a presence in all these three places and we are elated to be welcoming more communities into Team Naivas,” said Willy Kimani Naivas Chief Commercial Officer.

Kimani says the store openings come as the 12th edition of Kikwetu, Naivas annual festive season campaign is transitioning into more festive gear.

This year the campaign is dubbed Team Naivas and for the first phase, it delivered, Kikombe Kikwetu and as from the Jamhuri weekend it’s presenting Krisii Kikwetu and this is a great opportunity to welcome the new communities into the festivities.

“The Naivas Christmas kikapu carries Naivas Foodmarket Ojijo at Boardwalk Mall located in Parklands along Ojijo Road which opens its doors to the public on 9th December 2022,” added Kimani

The Nairobi West branch located in Nairobi West shopping center, will start serving customers on Saturday 10th December, 2022.

The final gift in the form of a store opening for the year will be Naivas Express Uthiru on Friday 15th December.

“Our excitement is also compounded by the fact that this is when all the get-togethers, sherehez and homecomings are held and we now have three additional communities where we shall be a part of these life moments,” added Willy Kimani.


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