24 December 2012

Gambia: KGI Opens Fashion Shop

Kanilai Group International (KGI) , a Gambian-owned business entity Friday opened a new fashion shop at the Standard Chartered Bank Building along Bertil Harding Highway. The shop is stocked with fascinating wears for men and women as well as captivating cosmetics with very cheap and reasonable prices.

Speaking to the Daily Observer shortly after the opening, Pa Bojang, the general manager of KGI, expressed his impression over what he called a positive response by customers. "I am surprised to see very large number of customers flocking in here. It is a very big impression to KGI and I was personally happy with what I saw despite a short advert," he said.

Bojang expressed his ardent desire to satisfy Gambians who want to wear fashion clothes, saying the materials they sell at the shop cannot be compared to a mere fashion wear in the country in terms of price and quality. "Seeing is believing, and am calling on the public to come and see and compare it to others; because our own is cheaper," he said.

He used the opportunity to disclose that the management of KGI is currently working on the possibilities to establish shops in every major settlement across the country, with a view to ensuring customer satisfaction with affordable prices for low income earners.

According to him, this is not the first time KGI is opening a fashion shop in the country, but however noted that the quality of goods they have this time cannot be compared to the former ones. "KGI is not here to gain profit because we want every Gambian to have quality with low pay," he stated.

Sohna Jammeh-Jallow, branch sales manager, also thanked everyone for coming and noted that the sales were very good. She added that the turnout was also very impressive, while urging Gambians to come to KGI and buy goods at a very cheap price.

Aji Ndey-Jobe, a customer, said she was very happy to buy materials from KGI because they are very cheap in comparison to others. Other customers like one Haddy Jobe, Mariam Sey among others, expressed similar comments.

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