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Four brand new designs in the Mali ya Mwana brand have been released. The names which are available are as follows;



1.  MZAZI  NI  MLEZI  WA  HURUMA  NA  MAPENZI  A mother takes care of you with empathy and love 

2.  WANAFIKI  HUTUTAKI  MANENO  YENU  We don't want the words of the back stabbers 

3.  NAMPENDA  MMOJA  NAYE  ANAJUA  I love the one snd him/her is aware of it 

4.  MWISHO  WA  SUBIRA  NI  MALIPO  BORA  Good things come to those who are patient 




Kikoys, especially the shuka micha and khitambhi type are now available. These are used by the Kenyan coastal comunities for their occasions and functions. Kikoy's in brand new colours now available. Proud to be a Kenyan kikoy also available. The popular java mswala kitenge design is also back. Available in more than ten colours. Embroidered kikoy shirts also available in different sizes. Mardoof (sail cloth) avaiable in 29", 33" and 66". A multi purpose heavy duty material for sail making and furnishing. We also have big sized eco friendly bags made of textile material for durability.



Add a bit of colour to your life. Mali Ya Abdulla khanga's can be converted into curtains, car seat covers, table cloths' and into many more items.Try it to brighten up your surroundings.

History of Kaderdina Hajee Essak Limited

Our story starts sometime in early forties of the nineteenth century. The place is Kutch Mandvi. For centuries Mandvi was the principal port of Kutch and Gujarat and remained so until the rise of Mumbai. A young boy in his early teens would often go the seashore near the port of Mandvi and gaze for hours at the sea. He would then stand at the Tower of Wagers where wealthy ship-owners would gather in May to scan the horizon waiting for the return of the trading fleet from East Africa. They would often bet on whose ship would arrive first. That excited this young lad.  Little did he know that very soon he too would travel in one of those ships and go and settle in one of the East African ports. 

This man was none other than the late Mr. Essak,  the great, great grandfather of the present Kaderdina generation. He was also the father of AbdulKader, also popularly known as Kaderdina. The late Kaderdina, incidentally, was the man who was responsible for establishing Kaderdina Hajee Essak Ltd., the firm that has now become a household name among the local women who passionately love lesos.

Our young and enterprising hero Essak soon developed a very strong liking for the sea and for travel by sea and in no time that liking turned into a passion. When he could no more control his wanderlust, he jumped on board a ship destined to travel to a land hitherto unknown to him. The year was 1843. After what seemed a lifetime the ship he was travelling in landed at the port of Unguja in Zanzibar. In Zanzibar Essak was taken into employment by a Bhatia (a Hindu community also from Cutch) trader, with whom he worked for a few years.

During the same year he went to Mombasa. In Mombasa he prepared a caravan of porters to go on a trade expedition into the hinterland. Such an expedition that went up to Ukambani Plateau could last up to as long as three to four months. Barter remained the predominant form of trade at the time and as such in Ukambani Plateau he bartered beads, salt, sugar, calico (cotton cloth) and blankets with the African Chiefs, for ivory (elephant tusks), rhino horns, hides and skins in exchange. He then sent these items to Zanzibar from where they were exported to India and as far as China. Later on Essak decided to settle in Mombasa.                                                                                                                                       

In the year 1907 he shifted the business in registered premises on Biashara Street.



Tel: +254 41 2223159 / 2221587,
Fax: +254 41 2315174
Mob: +254 727 600544 / 735 600544

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Our physical location is on Biashara Street, popularly known as "Bara Bara ya lesso." Ask any one on this street for " Abdulla Lesso," as we are popularly known and members of the public will gladly show you where it is located.
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