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Darling Kenya rallies hair and beauty industry

It aims to support Kenya’s Sh25 billion hair industry meet Covid guidelines

In Summary

• It has partnered with Rentokil Kenya to undertake weekly disinfection

Rentokil Pest Control fumigator, Charles Njogu contracted by Godrej Kenya to fumigate Umoja 1 Market
Rentokil Pest Control fumigator, Charles Njogu contracted by Godrej Kenya to fumigate Umoja 1 Market
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Darling, Africa’s leading hair extensions manufacturer, last Tuesday launched the '#SalonTukoSet' programme. It aims to support Kenya’s Sh25 billion hair industry meet the newly published guidelines for business operations.

Godrej Kenya CEO Rohit Vengurlekar said, "The company will provide salon owners with the necessary guidance, resources and updates to ensure safety and well-being of their staff and customers, as per the government protocols."

Darling Kenya has partnered with Rentokil Kenya to undertake weekly disinfection.

Naomi Nyabiage, assisting Owner of Rachael Hair Salon in Umoja 1 Market, Rachael Mutua in setting up a customer’s hair wig
Naomi Nyabiage, assisting Owner of Rachael Hair Salon in Umoja 1 Market, Rachael Mutua in setting up a customer’s hair wig
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Rachael Mutua gifted a Tuko-Set salon kit by Godrej Kenya CEO,Rohit Vengurlekar
Rachael Mutua gifted a Tuko-Set salon kit by Godrej Kenya CEO,Rohit Vengurlekar
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Gladyce Muthoni plaits Laura Ganza's hair
Gladyce Muthoni plaits Laura Ganza's hair
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Elizabeth Mwende gifted a Tuko-Set salon kit by Godrej Kenya CEO, Rohit Vengurlekar
Elizabeth Mwende gifted a Tuko-Set salon kit by Godrej Kenya CEO, Rohit Vengurlekar 
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Lydia Muhindi a salonist shopping in a beauty shop in Umoja 1 Market
Lydia Muhindi a salonist shopping in a beauty shop in Umoja 1 Market 
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