On the occasion, Lotti Nolika, governor of the province of Huambo, who was responsible for cutting the ribbon, praised the reopening of the store.
She took the opportunity to highlight the role it plays in the value chain of local production as well as in the diversification of the economy and job creation.
Lotti Nolika, quoted by Angop, also acknowledged that the resumption of commercial space exploration will help to encourage the local agricultural and livestock sector.
In turn, Paulo Soba, infrastructure manager, said that like other supermarkets in the Kero chain, the store in Huambo has the challenge of providing quality goods, most of which are national and at low prices.
Also quoted by Angop, he indicated that Kero Huambo will offer a varied list of products ranging from food to textiles and technological products. It will also get closer to producers, considering the strategy of absorbing local production.