This comes weeks after the Supermarket managed to secure an injunction from the court barring the mall owners from evicting them.
However, on Wednesday the High Court set aside the orders and the owner of Junction Mall proceeded to close down the shop.
“The injunction that Nakumatt had obtained on October 2 has been discharged and no trading will be permitted at the premises,” the Junction Mall said in a statement.
“Consequently, the premises will be closed to the public from today. Nakumatt’s directors, authorized agents and employees will however be permitted controlled access for the purpose of removing the tenant’s stock, items and property.”
Nakumatt agents and employees are now only able to access the premises to remove their stock, items and property.
According to the owners, the retailer owes Sh50 million and Sh75 million in unpaid rent.
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