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Monday, March 27, 2017

Kenya Women Holding breaks ground for Nakuru mall to increase income streams

Kenya Women Group CEO Jennifer Riria with media engagement project manager Josphine Karianjahi./FILE
Kenya Women Group CEO Jennifer Riria with media engagement project manager Josphine Karianjahi./FILE

Kenya Women Holding has started construction of an ultra modern shopping mall in Nakuru as it explores more revenue streams.

The financial services group said construction of the mall dubbed KWH Hub is scheduled to be completed in 19 months and will provide commercial space to Nakuru's business community.

“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 Kenya Women Holding CEO Jennifer Riria.


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