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Dama Mobile Spares: Businesswoman Opens New Branch in Githurai in Colourful Event

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The new Dama Mobiles Spares branch in Githurai attracted hundreds of customers and followers who jammed the streets. Photo: Dama Mobile Spares.

Nairobi businesswoman Damaris Muriithi on Friday, June 7 celebrated the opening of her new mobile spares branch.

The new Dama Mobiles Spares branch in Githurai attracted hundreds of customers and followers who jammed the streets.

The event attended by well known Kikuyu celebrities like Karangu Muraya, Muthee Kiengei, Baba Talisha, Jimmie Kajim among others was celebrated in dance and music.

Prayers were also conducted to bless the new establishment with boda boda riders given reflector jackets with company’s logo.

The businesswoman thanked God for blessings.

“God bless you for making my day a successful one,for making me happy,may God make you happy, by fulfilling the desire of your hearts,may you tap the blessings of financial breakthrough in Jesus name.God bless you for making my day a success.” Damaris said.

Damaris Muriithi is the proprietor of Dama Mobile Spares, a repair shop and distributor of mobile phones spares.

With over five branches spread across different locations within Nairobi County, the entrepreneur has employed over 100 people.

She also runs an e-commerce website under her brand name where customer’s outside Nairobi can order mobile phone spares.

In an interview with Citizen TV, Damaris noted that she had no plans of venturing into any kind business as she wanted to be a teacher.

She stated that after completing high school, she was invited to Kirinyaga by her aunt who later organized a job for her.

Damaris noted that she would sell mobile phones scratch cards in a small center and she would earn KSh 1,500.