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Tuskys Supermarket eyeing premium market segment

By Correspondent | November 6th 2017
Tuskeys Supermarket Chief Executive Officer Dan Githua during The Tuskeys Internship Programme launch at The Laico Regency Hotel. The programme aims at empowering youths by offering them with training and job opportunities across their chain of stores. This was on 09/10/2015.PHOTO BY PIUS CHERUIYOT

Tuskys Supermarket is eyeing the premium market segment with the expansion of its Thigiri Chap Chap convenience store to a fully-fledged supermarket.

Chief Executive Dan Githua said in a statement that the firm had signed a new lease at the New Muthaiga Mall to develop a premium market-focused supermarket.

The new store, which targets high-end clientele, will be relaunched before the end of the month.

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