A popular Nigerian businessman, Tayo Amusan, has been the top bidder on the list of those who will likely buy Shoprite outlets, in Nigeria.Tayo Amusan is a Yoruba man who owns a property company in Nigeria, known as Persianas.He is also the owner of Palms Mall.
An unidentified slay queen was disgraced out of a ShopRite shopping mall in Johannesburg for wearing a highly revealing outfit.The lady came to ShopRite with her friends in a net-like skirt that barely covered her inner wear.
Shoprite Sells Its Nigerian Business Africa's largest food retailer, Shoprite, has sold its Nigerian operations to local investors, sixteen years after it opened its first outlet in the country. According to reports, Shoprite sold its stake to Ketron Investment, a Nigerian company owned by a group of local investors which is led by property firm Persianas Investment.
An unidentified lady was publicly humiliated in a public place by some group of people because of her outfit.The lady was spotted wearing a loose skirt that slightly covered her nakedness in a trending video posted on Instagram.As she was walking along her path, some men and even her fellow women accompanied her and they kept on booing her.
Earlier this month, 7th April to be precised, news got to us that Shoprite has concluded its final arrangement to exit Nigeria in 2021.This was made known by the CEO of Shoprite Nigeria through PUNCH newspaper.Shoprite is a shopping mall founded by Chrusto Wese, a South African in 1979.
Delta State is one of the states in the South-South with an estimated population of 4,112,445. The State is widely known as an oil-producing state in Nigeria with many local markets. However, Delta State is referred to as an oil-producing State because of its huge deposits of crude oil.
FCCPC casts shadows on Shoprite exit from Nigeria The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Council (FCCPC) said it is not aware that retail conglomerate, Shoprite, is exiting Nigeria, but that there is a pending application for merger/acquisition involving it.
Check Out How People Reacted After Senator Shehu Sani Supported The Exiting Of Shoprite From Nigeria
Yesterday, news came upon in all news platforms that ShopRite is set to leave Nigeria after so many years of serving people in Nigeria.As we all know, Shoprite is one of the best-selling supermarkets in Nigeria.
Senate Passes Bill Abolishing HND/BSC Dichotomy. The Nigerian Senate, on Wednesday, read for the third time and passed a Bill that seeks to end discrimination between First Degree graduates from University and Higher National Diploma (HND) graduates from Polytechnics in the country. The Joint Committee Chairman, Senator Ibrahim Shekarau, stated in his report that the enactment of the bill will obviously free holders of HND from stagnation.
Today's Headlines: No plan to bring back SARS- police; Why we're bringing ShopRite to Edo - Obaseki.
The Nigerian police force has said it has no plan to reintroduce the disbanded Special Anti- Robbery Squad ( SARS ). The statement comes amidst rumours and speculations, particularly on social media, that the police had reintroduced the defunct squad. The dissolution of SARS came after thousands of Nigerians, particularly young people, took to the streets to protest harassment and intimidation by the defunct unit.
Some time ago, we heard about the decision of Shoprite Holdings to discontinue its operations in Nigeria. The South African owned company is no doubt, one of the largest consumer products retail shops in Nigeria. As such, many became worried about the vacuum that it's the exit from the country would create.
There were reports recently, disclosing the sale of Shoprite’s local business in Nigeria.Shoprite has more than 25 retail stores across Nigeria, including some of the largest in West Africa, the decision to sell comes due some reasons which the retail company revealed.Shoprite is of the largest supermarket retailers on the African continent and it recently moved to sell it’s business in Nigeria.
PHOTOS: Motorist, passengers injured as speeding commercial bus, car collide on Lekki-Epe Expressway
The owner of a car and passengers inside a commercial bus sustained various degrees of injuries in the early hours of Monday, April 26, when the car and the passenger bus collided due to excessive speeding.The incident happened around 7:00 a.m. at the Shoprite bend, just before Admiralty Circle Toll Plaza, inward Victoria Island, when the car and the passenger bus collided at the bend due to excessive speeding.
BREAKING: Gunmen Kill Benue Governor, Ortom’s Aide On Security Some unknown gunmen have killed Senior Special Assistant On Security to Benue Governor, Samuel Ortom, AIG Christopher Dega (Rtd) in Jos, Plateau State Capital. It was learnt that Dega was shot in the chest several times by gunmen on Tuesday
A young Graduate, Akinola Babatunde has been reportedly killed at the stampede which occurred at ShopRite in Ibadan on Sunday night. The Incident, according to an eye witness who chose to remain anonymous was said to have started at the entrance of the shopping mall at about 8:30pm.
Imo State residents, especially those living around Shoprite mall situated along Egbu Road in Owerri North Local Government Area of Imo State, have bemoaned their plight concerning the refuse dump site that have begin to pose a health challenge on the inhabitants of the environment. The people of the affected areas have appealed to the Governor, Hope Uzodimma to come to their aid and order the evacuation of the heaps of dirt as it is beginning to emit an offensive odour in the environment.
There were several Reactions from Nigerians as the shoprite set to exit Nigeria.The shoprite happens to be one of the foreign investments in Nigeria where all the basic necessities that will be needed by the People are being sold.
Latest update is shocking as Shoprite concludes on leaving Nigeria in 2021.
Shoprite joins two other South African retailers, Mr. Price and Woolworths who have also announced exists from Nigeria in August last year due to a harsh operating environment.ShopRite has about 26 outlets in Nigeria, with over 2,000 employees of which 99% of them are Nigerians.
South African dancer Zodwa Wabantu has voluntarily turned herself into a rehabilitation center in an effort to get rid of drug and alcohol addiction. The 35-year-old Soweto born entertainer recently shared a video of herself walking into the rehab center at South Africa with her traveling bag. She came into the centre on bare foot in a highly revealing outfit.