$68 Million Inzovu Mall in Rwanda to be Completed in 2025

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Inzovu Mall which has cost millions of dollars for construction in Rwanda is set to be completed in the month of September in the year 2025. Once the multi million dollar mall is completed and fully operational, the shopping mall whose construction works are being managed by a French firm called Groupe Duval through Duval Great Lakes is foreseen to complement and boost the tourism experience for the guests who will be paying a visit to the country. The owner of the Duval Great Lakes Ltd is Groupe Duval and a local businessman Vicky Murabukirwa who holds the post of Managing Director of Duval Great Lakes.

In an interview that was held on Monday, September18, Murabukirwa stated that Inzovu Mall construction project had already kicked off and is scheduled to be completed in the year 2025. He also stated that the project was on the right track to commence its operations in the month of December the same year. The shopping mall once complete will be the largest shopping center in Kigali and will be situated at the premises of the recent ministry of justice next to Kigali Convention Center.

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Inzovu Mall Project Cost and Facilities

The Inzovu Mall project is expected to cost approximately $68 million which is equivalent to around Rwf81 billion. The project will be inclusive of a four-star hotel with a total of 95 rooms, a contemporary administration office block, a big retail area, big and very spacious hypermarkets, an array of food and beverage shopping outlets, classy restaurants, recreational facilities, banks that are reputable, and conference rooms that will be fully equipped.

On July 13, a finance contract was signed with IFC and PROPARCO, which initiated the Inzovu Mall construction site in the month of August. The total area of construction will encompass a total of 40,000 square meters. It will also provide parking facilities for approximately 500 cars.