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 …company set to open in March

TellZim Reporter

MASVINGO - Renowned businessman and director of Junior Driving School, Noah Marima is working to further expand his business empire; this time by venturing into the security industry through a company which will be launched early this March.
Junior Security will be the Junior brand’s latest addition onto its budding stable after the launch of Junior Micro Finance.
Marima told TellZim News the new security company had already recruited highly-skilled and well-equipped security guards who will be available to offer such services as undercover operations, tracking systems, alarm rapid response for houses and business properties, general guarding services and private entities security.
He said the new investment was an expression of faith in the local economy and a commitment to create local jobs for local people.
“We decided to venture into the security sector as a diversification strategy. For now, we are targeting the regional market but we are certain we will be able to expand in the near future.
“The idea came up when we opened up our new driving school branch in Gweru where we encountered some hassles getting the kind of security we wanted. We therefore saw it fit to form our own company to guard our own property and assist others. Ours will be a business practice underpinned by high-quality customer services,” said Marima.
He assured potential clients that they will get value for their money, with security services being provided mainly by highly trained people including retired police officers.
The company is housed at 78 Hughes Street in Masvingo, and will be open to do business with all clients even those that are far away in the districts.

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