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Kibabo opens stores number 38 and 39 and generates a hundred jobs

The Kibabo group opened, this Friday, two more supermarkets in the country. Located in the urban districts of Ingombota and Maianga, these are the 38th and 39th establishments of the group, creating a hundred jobs.


With a cost of 300 million kwanzas, the two supermarkets each occupy an area of ​​200 square meters, writes Angop.

According to Angop, the jobs were mostly filled by young people who work as cashiers, clerks, cleaning, among other positions.

Speaking on the occasion, Pedro Mateus, chairman of the group's Board of Directors, quoted by Angop, informed that the expansion of the network, in the capital, has its days numbered. He explained that they are expected to complete the expansion plan at the end of November, when the group will open its largest establishment (it will occupy 3000 square meters and will have a commercial gallery and 33 stores) in the urban district of Samba.

Paulo Furtado, administrator of the urban district of Ingombota, also mentioned by Angop, welcomed the opening of another commercial space in that area. He also left an incentive for the private sector to collaborate in the promotion of activity aimed at increasing employment, as well as improving the living conditions of the population.

Conceição Sampaio, administrator of Maianga, encouraged the business community of the country and abroad to invest in the locality, namely in commercial structures since there are administrative and political competences for this, writes Angop.


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