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Moses Kuria Now Wants Chinese Square Out Of Kenyan Market



Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria now wants China Square out of the Kenyan market.

Via Twitter on Friday night, the CS said he has put up an offer to buy out the lease for the retailer  currently trading at Unicity Mall built by Kenyatta university in Thika Road.

“I have today given an offer to Prof Wainaina the VC Kenyatta University to buy out the lease for China Square, Unicity Mall and hand it over to the Gikomba, Nyamakima, Muthurwa l and Eastleigh Traders Association,” Kuria said.

“We welcome Chinese investors to Kenya but as manufacturers not traders.”

China Square, a shopping hub within UniCity mall along Thika Road has been the darling of social media in the past weeks.

Netizens have shared video clips of the inside and outside of the shopping hub and affordable prices of different household items that would otherwise require you to part with some thousands at other facilities across the city.

The mall, built by Kenyatta University is a short distance from the northern and eastern bypasses, making it readily accessible to motorists and commuters.

The mall also features retail shops, a hypermarket, banks and ATMs, and a National Oil fuel station.

It is arguably the most flooded retailer in Kenya at the moment.


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According to various shoppers, the new hub stocks a wide range of products and services including stationery, furniture, home decoration items, cleaning supplies, hardware store, electrical appliances, party supplies and more.

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