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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.
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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.
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.
According to today's news, it was said that Shoprite in the whole of Nigeria is set to leave Nigeria after so many years of good sales and services to the people of Nigeria.
It is no more news that one of the leading stores in Nigeria, shoprite, is currently making plans to exit Nigeria.The South African company has been concluding sales of its Nigerian outlets, indicating that they are not really joking about leaving the country.
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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.
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South African Company, Shoprite Holdings Limited, has announced that the sale of its Nigerian outlets was being concluded.
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.
Shoprite is one of the biggest retailers in the Nigeria modern market, having large branches in many states in Nigeria like, Enugu, Owerri, Lagos and so on.
Shoprite Stores As Workers Embark On Strike Shoprite employees have embarked on a strike and shut down the company’s outlets across the country.Shoprite stores in Ikeja city mall and palm shopping mall in Lagos are also closed.
Following the announcement of the South African retail giant, Shoprite Group, last year August that it was considering divesting from its Nigerian subsidiary, and the positive approaches it has received from the potential investors who are ready to secure its holdings, it is believed that new group of investors would
Shoprite Nigeria, a subsidiary of Shoprite Holdings company owned by a South African firm has announced that the sale of it's outlets in Nigeria is coming to conclusion.
Workers in the shoprite firm had complained endlessly about low wages after tedious work thereafter, calling for a good pay off and have decided to take a step of faith by protesting. Workers had stated that, shoprite sold staff with products to investor. This act is really disgusting. Imagine paying for a land that is originally yours. For this act, the workers had shut down shoprite outlets to protest slave treatment and asking for better pay. They had come to agreement that, they will no longer work with