25 February 2014

Kenya: Nakumatt Pays Shoppers Sh30 Million for School Fees

REGIONAL retailer, Nakumatt Holding has drawn out a record of Sh30million worth of school fees cheques as part of back to school payments under its Smart Card points project.

The supermarket said 2,850 cheques were drawn to various local schools countrywide during the 2014 first term school period.

Managing director Atul Shah said that Nakumatt Smart Card holders earn a Sh2 per point redemption and an extra 10 per cent free top up donation by Nakumatt as part of the retailer's commitment to boost academic development in Kenya.

"The Nakumatt Smart Points for School fees redemption programme can be used to show your gratitude to any person you would like to assist with school fees burden at the beginning of the school term", said Shah.

The programme comes after the upgrade of Nakumatt Smart loyalty card last year to Nakumatt global prepaid Master Card that enables the cardholders to earn smart points for purchases made with the card at any of the 2.1 million automated teller machines, where Master Card is accepted worldwide.


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