Shop reopens in Lessebo

Familjeföretaget Hakaba Livs har nu öppnat i större lokaler och hoppas på en breddad kundkrets. Fån vänster Gassem Aleissa, Majdi Al Saleh, Ahmed Abdurrahman och Yusef Abdulrahman, som är butikschef.
Familjeföretaget Hakaba Livs har nu öppnat i större lokaler och hoppas på en breddad kundkrets. Fån vänster Gassem Aleissa, Majdi Al Saleh, Ahmed Abdurrahman och Yusef Abdulrahman, som är butikschef.
Foto:Bo Ströberg

The family company Hakaba Livs has now opened in larger premises on Bruksgatan in Lessebo.

One of those who were attending the opening ceremony was the Municipal Chief Christina Nyquist.

– The store improves public service and provides employment. Gassam and his family show great entrepreneurship and contribute to the diversity here in the municipality. Clearly, they are positive role models that shows others who have come here from other countries that it is possible to invest and succeed here in Lessebo, she says to Smålandsposten.

The store is owned by 49-year-old Gassam Aleissa and in the store there are mainly food from the Middle East.