Madora Kenya is a company that sells Fragrances and cosmetics for women, men and Children in Kenya.It has branches in Westgate mall, The Hub Karen and Two rivers mall.
Madora is the leading retailer of perfume and cosmetic stores in the Indian Ocean region. The story of Madora is one of entrepreneurship, excellence, and heritage. Founded in Reunion Island forty years ago, Madora was originally a haberdasher’s shop in the seventies, before it became a perfumery.
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Madora has three branches at Westgate Mall, The Hub Karen and Newly Opened Two Rivers Mall.
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Madora is located on the Gound Floor.
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The Anti Counterfeit Agency (ACA) on Friday seized fake goods valued at an estimated Sh1.5 million at a Karen mall.
The fragrances and cosmetic products were found at a Madora Kenya store where 2 suspects were nabbed.
in January, a customer complained that he was sold a fake Sh40,000 perfume. The 100ML fragrance, he told a blog, was filled with water.
He took up the matter with the store management only to be kicked out and his concerns left unaddressed.
On Tuesday, the agency arrested five suspects and confiscated Ksh8 million worth of fake mobile phones during a raid along Luthuli Avenue.
According to the authorities, other accessories including chargers, phone covers, batteries and earphones were also confiscated.
Revealed: Racism-linked Madora Store influencer Nancie Mwai was part of the Always Kenya group that went for a roadtrip amid concerns over substandard sanitary products
It looks like online influencer Nancie Mwai has a thing for brands with either substandard or counterfeit products.
Thanks to Twitter Police, it has now been revealed that the racism-linked Madora Store influencer Nancie Mwai was also part of the Always Kenya group that chose to go for a weekend roadtrip at a time when customers desperately needed answers over the substandard quality of the the company’s sanitary products.
Through the hashtag #MyAlwaysExperience Kenyans from all walks of life took to social media to give their honest, blunt opinions on the company’s sanitary towels.
Instead of responding to their customers’ concerns, Always Kenya chose to treat their influencers to a weekend getaway at the Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club where they uploaded several photos with the hashtag #FeelTheComfort.
As consumers dealt with the struggle of burns and rashes thanks to the poor quality of the company’s products, the group of ladies were in Nanyuki getting massages and playing dress-up while pretending everything was okay.
This seemingly confirms that a huge majority of Kenyan influencers are only after the pay cheque and conduct little or no due diligence when signing contracts with various brands.
Misleading the public and your fellow womenfolk just for a few coins is straight up embarassing.
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