October 25, 2020
October 25, 2020

Buganda Premier Mayiga opens Sekanyolya Systems Branch At Kingdom Kampala Mal


By Our Reporter
KAMPALA: The Sekanyolya systems has today opened a branch at Kingdom Kampala Mall.
The new branch, Sekanyolya has announced that they are offering 8% discount on anyone buying CCTV and electric fence systems for this festive season.
The grand opening of the branch was graced by city mogul Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, who welcomed Sekanyolya to Kingdom Kampala Mall, and urged other companies to book space because the facility is ‘strategically’ located with ample parking space and 24hrs water tight security plus other amenities.
The Katikiro of Buganda Charles Peter Mayiga was the Chief guest during the official opening of the Sekanyolya branch.
Sekanyolya is pecialized in the design and execution of complete turnkey Technical Security solutions ranging from Surveillance, Alarms, Fire, Access Control, Razor wire, Communication, Automated gates and Detection systems.
Sekanyolya has led the way by supplying innovative products through an unyielding commitment to the highest quality products.
With a relationship of over 15 years with the world class security products manufacturers, our clientele is assured of top quality products available on the market today.
It is true that companies make huge budgets to have security equipment installed in their facilities every financial year but will not spend a penny on the necessary maintenance.
Systems, we do not only supply and install security systems but we also advise the client to keep the systems in the best running conditions possible by creating a trust relationship.
This is achieved by arranging maintenance contracts whereby the contractor assumes responsibility and accountability of the system. Weekly or monthly visits are arranged to provide preventive maintenance to the security systems at minimal quarterly costs.
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