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Qaffe Point Reopens Days After Being Raided, Damaged By Goons

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Qaffe Point is reopening days after being raided by looters during demonstrations in Mombasa: Photo: Citizen Digital.

Mombasa-based restaurant, Qaffee Point has announced its reopening days after it was looted during protests.

On Tuesday, June 2, the restaurant was raided by goons who damaged it.

Qaffe Point was one of several businesses in the coastal city that felt the brunt of the protests as it turned ugly.

The restaurant said despite the setback it has returned stronger.

They announced they will reopen officially on Saturday, July 6.

Qaffee Point thanked their customers for their continued support.

“Despite setbacks, we’re back and stronger than ever! Tomorrow, on Saturday at 7 AM, we reopen our doors with renewed vigour thanks to your unwavering support. Your loyalty fuels our passion to serve you the best meals,”

“Join us as we turn challenges into opportunities and forge ahead with renewed determination and gratitude for your continued support. Thank you for believing in us. Let’s make each moment count.” The restaurant said.

Earlier, WoK reported how in Mombasa, a businessman was seen protecting his life and business from marauding goons.

The businessman had to remove his firearm and fire several times to disperse the thugs.

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), in a statement released on Tuesday afternoon, said the Qaffee Point Hotel owner shot and injured two people at around 1.30 pm.

The DCI noted that the civilian firearm holder was then disarmed and is presently being held in lawful custody.