Galito’s Opens New outlet at OLA Lang’ata branch

It was pomp and colour as the OLA Energy team officially welcomed the newest Galitos fast-food outlet now located at the service station’s branch in Lang’ata.

Speaking at the launch, Retail Offer Manager Margaret Mualuko said the Galitos branch opening was the newest addition to the several facilities that bring convenience to over 300 customers who visit the station daily to access one-stop shop services. These include Marhaba, Auto Care Center and Chemists.

Galito’s Area Managers Simon Odipo & Eugene Mokaya join OLA Energy Offer Manager Margaret Mualuko & OLA Territory Manager Winnie Alila during the official launch of a new Galito’s branch outlet at OLA Lang’ata

“OLA Energy Lang’ata is one of our premium sites hosting very many facilities which bring convenience to our customers.  The state of the art Auto Care center caters for all your vehicle needs including a carwash. For all your medical prescriptions, worry not for we have our trusted professional Chemist Two Families who have been at this site for over 14 years,” said Mualuko.

The Marhaba brand is currently under upgrade in a bid to bring unmatched quality and freshness in a clean and warm environment.

“Galito’s flame grilled chicken is at your convenience to satisfy your appetite including the festive offers which are pocket friendly,” added Mualuko.

Present at the launch was Galito’s Area Managers Simon Odipo and Eugene Mokaya and Marketing Executive Hazel Wanjia.

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L-R Galito’s Area Manager Simon Odipo & Eugene Mokaya with OLA Energy Offer Manager Margaret Mualuko (second right) and OLA Non Fuel Business Coordinator Sonia Chege (R) during the launch of Galito’s at OLA Lang’ata.

OLA Energy team present at the launch were Nairobi West Territory Manager Winnie Alila, Non-Fuel Business Coordinator Kenya Sonia Chege and OLA Lang’ata Site Manager Eunice Mwendi among other team members working at the service station.

Galito’s, a South Africa-born food chain has an estimated 20 outlets in Kenya and operates across four continents. Its footprint in Africa expands to 17 countries including Mozambique, Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, DRC, Mauritius, Lesotho and Swaziland among others.

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