One thing that businessman Haruna Sentongo of Haruna Enterprise has been to thoroughly accomplish in the real estate sector is to offer commercial building that address the needs of business community.
Imagine finding genuine spare parts and a mechanic in one neat, orderly place with no idlers, crook middle men and at any time of the day, well that is what Segawa Market located at Mwanga II Road, opposite Lubiri SS, in Kisenyi is offering.
Sentongo, by offering Segawa Market, has helped motorists not to be dependent on only Kiseka Market and other scrupulous dealers operating makeshift garages to get spare parts for their automobiles. The shop has 320 shops lettable to specifically traders selling spare parts.
Isaac Newton, the property manager at Haruna Enterprises, Segawa Market, strives to be the one stop center that sells spare parts for motorcycles, vehicles and other light machinery. When this reporter visited Segawa Market, mechanics were busy servicing clients’ vehicles.
“Our mechanics are attached to those shops. We know them so they cannot cheat customers like the case is in Kiseka market and other places. While other markets close at 7pm, Segawa market is open 24 hours a day,” Newton said.
“We have the largest ample parking space, the size of an acre. And You can come in anytime of the day, night or day, and buy what any spare or have a mechanic work on you.”
And for tenants, all they have to worry about is paying rent, the landlord takes care of bills for utilities like water, electricity and disposing off of garbage. Because their target is to be a market for spare parts, the landlord prefers to let shops to spare parts dealers.