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Patrick Bitature’s empire grows
Publish Date: Feb 25, 2005
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IT appears the business acumen of Simba Telecom boss, Patrick Bitature, has gone into overdrive.

After starting out as an MTN dealer with just one outlet at Grand Imperial hotel, he now owns a string of them, which are strewn all over the country.

Not content with just the dealership, he branched into the media, acquiring Dembe FM off tycoon Karim Hiriji.

Now he has opened up his latest venture –– state-of-the-art Simba Electronics with a flagship store at Lugogo Mall.

The store deals in high end electronics and other gadgets like cellular phones, Hi-fi systems and other accessories.

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