Sudan venture for U.S. Burger brand
U.S. family burger chain Wayback Burgers has opened its newest store in Khartoum, Sudan. Located in Khartoum Green Yard on Africa Street, this new venture is owned by Mansour Omer Mansour Manna, a graduate from Nile Valley University with a degree in computer science.
Mansour Manna has purchased the rights to develop seven restaurants in the Republic of Sudan. “My fellow Sudanese people are in for a treat,” said Mansour Manna. “I know that they will love the taste of the fresh burgers that Wayback Burgers has to offer. We are also keeping prices competitive so everyone can come try our food!”
Abdulrahman Alieedan, Vice Chairman of Topaz MENA, who is the Wayback Burgers master franchisee for the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, said, “We have been working hard and are very happy with the growth of our new restaurants in the MENA region with locations in Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and our next one opening next month in Kuwait.”
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