UGANDA, Kampala | Real Muloodi News | The new Pioneer Mall in Kampala is a sight to behold. The old mall may have been a nostalgic landmark, but the new building is a testament to modernity and the bright future of the city.
The new Pioneer Mall sits on the intersection of Kampala Road and Burton Street, and Johnston Street and Wilson Road. Its location makes it a prime destination for shoppers and businesspeople alike.
Pioneer Mall was Kampala’s oldest shopping centre, having opened in the early 1990s. This nostalgic mall was key landmark in the central business district of Kampala until it was razed in 2020, to make way for this new, modern, magnificent structure.
The new and improved mall boasts a modern design with a touch of elegance. The building’s façade is white and bright, giving it a unique and eye-catching appearance. The interior of the mall is equally impressive, with spacious walkways and high ceilings that give shoppers a feeling of grandeur.
City tycoon Christine Nabukeera is behind this magnificent new structure. She is the owner of several prominent properties in Kampala, including Kisekka Auto Center Plaza, Victor Plaza in Kikuubo, and Nabukeera Plaza, among others.
Ms. Nabukeera is a sister to the Masaka tycoon brothers, John Bosco Muwonge, Paul Lubega, and Haruna Ssegawa, and she is also the aunt to the real estate mogul, Hamis Kiggundu, popularly known as Ham. The family’s influence in Kampala is vast, and they are known to own a significant part of Kampala City.
The new Pioneer Mall is a welcome addition to the city’s skyline. The mall is a symbol of modernity and progress and offers visitors a unique shopping and business experience. Ms. Christine Nabukeera’s vision for the new Pioneer Mall has transformed the city’s central business district, and the mall is sure to become a destination of choice for many.
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