Kenya Women Holding putting up mall in Nakuru

May 20, 2016
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It is strategically located between Tom Mboya Street and Kipchoge Keino Avenue/CFM BUSINESS
It is strategically located between Tom Mboya Street and Kipchoge Keino Avenue/CFM BUSINESS

, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 20 – Kenya Women Holding on Friday held the ground breaking ceremony for an ultra-modern shopping mall at the heart of Nakuru Town.

Dubbed the KWH Hub, the construction is scheduled to be completed in 19 months not only providing 221,000 square meters of grade ‘A’ commercial space to the business community but also creating hundreds of job opportunities in Nakuru County.

The groundbreaking ceremony was officiated by Nakuru County Government officials and Kenya Women Holding Group CEO Dr Jennifer Riria.

“It is a proud day for us at Kenya Women Holding and our membership spread in all corners of the country. Not only are we proud that we will add another iconic architectural feature to Nakuru county’s skyline but more proud that this building will boost the organizations revenue and enable Kenya Women Holding pump more in to the many interventions that we undertake in our effort touch the heart of the community,” said Riria.

The Nakuru County Government, through its representative at the event, lauded Kenya Women Holdings for its choice of the county as its investment destination.

“I would like to congratulate Kenya Women Holding for this big step and I would like to assure them that KWFT Bank will be the first tenants here when this property opens. We will support the organization including financially to see the project through,” said KWFT Bank Managing Director Mwangi Githaiga at the Groundbreaking ceremony.

Strategically located between Tom Mboya Street and Kipchoge Keino Avenue, the development sits on an acre piece of land and will offer space for retail stores, banking halls, supermarkets and commercial office space.

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