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Tuskys Komora Centre in Eldoret to be auctioned over rent arrears

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Tuskys Komora Centre in Eldoret will face auctioneers on Wednesday, October 2020 over rent arrears.

Jomuki Auctioneers sent the supermarket a notice telling them that their properties are set to be auctioned in a public auction.

“Under instructions received from our client, we shall sell the following by Public Auction: On Wednesday, October 2020 outside Tuskys Supermarket Wareng Premises in Eldoret town of Uasin Gishu County, starting from 11.30 am,” read the notice.

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A couple of items to be sold comprise; Gen Power Generator, 8 Wardrobes, 19 T.V Racks, 5 Ironing Boards, 11 Fridges, 2 Deep Freezers, Washing Machine, 8 Gas Cookers, 19 Flat Screen TVs, 10 Woofers with speakers, Power Speaker, 5 DVD Machines, 34 Iron Boxes, 20 Microwaves, 40 Machine Blenders, 12 Toaster Machines

Additional items include; 26 Electric Kettles, 3 pressure cook, 26 pressure burners, 12 water dispensers,79 Plastic chairs, 39 Table chairs, 40 Mattresses, 10 Children Bicycles, 4 Executive Beds,3 Dining set of 13 chairs, 10 Coffee Tables, Assorted shoes and Clothes, Assorted goods-in- trade and Bakery Machine set-up.

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In the matter of distress for rent, we have received instructions from our principals (the landlord), we shall sell by public auction items belonging to Tusker Mattresses Limited (Tuskys) on August 8 in the basement of Tuskys Nakuru-Riva Plaza, Kenyatta Avenue opposite Avenue Suits, Nakuru Town, ” Reads a letter from Tuskys Human Resources General Manager Francis Kimani.

The supermarket has been facing tough times and is looking forward to selling a majority of items in order to raise capital and funds for suppliers.

 

 

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