By Watchdog reporter
Of recent, one of the biggest shopping centers in the country Nakumatt Supermarket has been suffering with financial constraints which even led to the closure of one of its branches on Muganzirwaza mall in Katwe due to failure to pay up its rent dues.
Now the retail chain has gone ahead to close other branches in Uganda which include Nakumatt store at Acacia Mall in Kololo, Village Mall in Bugolobi and Victoria Mall in Entebbe.
According to the statement released by Knight Frank Uganda, the supermarket space at these malls will go under redevelopment to add additional value to their shoppers and their shopping experience.
read full statement;
Statement by Knight Frank Uganda on Nakumatt Stores Closures at Acacia Mall, Village Mall and Victoria Mall.
Knight Frank Uganda regrets to inform our loyale clientele that on 28th June 2017, Nakumatt stores at Acacia Mall – Kololo, Village Mall – Bugolobi and Victoria Mall – Entebbe were closed.
The Supermarket space at these Malls will go under redevelopment to add additional value to our shoppers and their shopping experience.
The balance of the stores in the Malls will continue to trade for your convenience as per our usual high standards.
We humbly regret any inconveniences caused but keep watching this space to see how your shopping experience is taken to a new level in Uganda.
For more information, please contact;
Marc du Toit
Head of Retail
Knight Frank Uganda
+256 (0) 757 345 471
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