Showing posts with label Shops. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Shops. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Gov. Fashola Hands over 571 shop capacity Isopakodowo Market

Lagos State Governor, Mr Babatunde Fashola (SAN) on Tuesday formally handed over the ultra modern 571 shops capacity Isopakodowo Market in Oshodi to the people, informing that 374 allotees have already been resettled in the market out of those who were moved away from the roads and Railway line in Oshodi.
The Governor, who spoke at the formal commissioning in Oshodi added that 50 stalls have been reserved for the Market Women Association as he committed to late Alhaja Abibatu Mogaji, while the balance would be worked out in due course for the entitled allotees.

Monday, October 14, 2013

APC zones vice presidency to South-West •Tinubu shops for nominee

THERE are strong indications that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has zoned its Vice Presidential slot to the South West while the Northern part of the country is to produce  the presidential standardbearer of the party.

The national leader of the party, Senator Bola Tinubu is also reported to have abandoned his rumoured vice presidency bid and is now said to be shopping for the right nomination to team up with whoever emerges as the party presidential candidate.
Continue after the break.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Just In: Fire Guts 150 Spare Part Shops In Apapa

The fire was caused by an electrical power surge in one of the shops at a section of the plaza some minutes after 3pm. The infreno started from a shop on the ‘B’ line of the market few minutes after the Power Holding Company of Nigeria, restored power to the shopping complex.
The Speed Well Plaza is estimated to accommodate no fewer than 200 shops, mostly spare parts traders. A resident of the area, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said, “This whole incident started when PHCN restored power here around 1.00p.m.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

TRAGEDY: Over 30 houses, shops razed in Ibadan petroleum tanker accident

The sad incident occurred yesterday afternoon Monday April 22nd in the Omitowoju area of Ibadan, in Oyo State. The fire started after a fully loaded petroleum tanker passing through a residential area fell off the road and spilled its 33, 000 litres of petrol.   Over 30 houses and and at least 30 shops in the area were burnt to ashes. The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) eventually put out the fire but couldn't say for sure if anyone was killed by the fire.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Hmnn: Ghana Closes 40 Nigerian Shops

Ghanaian authorities have renewed the siege against foreign traders, as the Ministry of Trade and Industry, at the weekend clamped down over 40 shops belonging to Nigerians.
The shops located at Akanshie, about 200 meters away from the Mokola International Market were occupied by Nigerians, who traded in bicycle spare parts and other accessories.
According to one of the affected traders, Mr. Damien Uduba, their shops were stormed by some officials of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, who compelled them to pack their goods and thereafter had the shops under lock and key. The officials were reported to have secured the shops with their own padlocks, thereby making them inaccessible to the owners.


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