23 December, 2008

Nu Metro Kenya Changes to Silverbird Cinemas


Silverbird group just recently acquired Nu Metro Cinemas in Kenya resulting in change of name for all nu metro cinema/media stores in Kenya. Yesterday during Capital FM,S drive time...silverbird cinema's were out to market their new name new look!The Nu Metro stores were mostly housed within Nakumatt stores and hypermart complexes!The Silverbird group operates in Nigeria & Ghana among other African Countries and aims at becoming Africa's largest entertainment conglomerate!The Nu Metro stores are already doning the new logo in recognition of the rescent change of name and ownership!

Silverbird cinemas is a subsidiary of the Silverbird group an international Company which has vast interests in Africa but mainly in Nigeria and includes a radio station Rhythm 93.7/94.7(Nigeria,Silverbird Television, Silverbird Galleria and Silverbird Entertainment (MBGN & Mr Nigeria).I hope theirs will be truly a unique and wholesome Cinema experience in Kenya.Karibuni Silverbird

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