Nation Sacco Opens a Public Restaurant in Nairobi

  • Inside newly launched restaurant owned by Nation Media Group.
    Inside the newly launched restaurant owned by Nation Media Group.
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  • Nation Media Group (NMG) Sacco has ventured into the hotel and hospitality industry by launching a new public restaurant in Nairobi called Nascos.

    The newly launched modern restaurant is located at the junction of Moi Avenue and Kenyatta Avenue at HH towers in the Central Business District (CBD).

    According to NMG which runs NTV and Daily Nation newspaper, Nascos intends to offer affordable meals to their customers.

    The restaurant launched on Friday, September 2, and also sells modern food and beverages. With their mixed cuisine, the modern restaurant intends to meet the increasing demand for quality food in the city.

    Inside newly launched restaurant owned by Nation Media Group.
    Inside the newly launched restaurant owned by Nation Media Group.
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    Speaking during the launch, NMG Chief Executive Officer, Stephen Gitagama, encouraged the staff to support the outlet as it expands its revenue sources.

    "This facility is part encouraging to help our employees to have a good working environment," Gitagama stated.

    "In a nice clean environment, you can get an affordable meal," Jane Muiruri, head of Human Resources at NMG, added.

    Unveil the restaurant is part of NMG's restructuring and rebranding strategy in recent months. 

    During the elections period, NTV launched modern studios to help in polls coverage. It also introduced ultra-modern screens with interactive features allowing presenters to break down news items while improving viewers' experience.

    Lights switched off Inside NTV Newly launched studio on Sunday August 7, 2022
    Lights switched off Inside NTV Newly launched studio on Sunday, August 7, 2022
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    Besides the ultra-modern screens, the studio was fitted with cutting-edge technology, including installed robotic cameras and tracks on the flow, allowing presenters to move freely.

    They also hired new presenters, including Bernard Ndong who joined the station from Citizen TV.