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Apapa Mall, Lagos, to be ready in first quater of 2014
Apapa Mall, Lagos, to be ready in first quater of 2014

Apapa Mall, Lagos, to be ready in first quater of 2014

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Tribune.com.ng. - Feb 4th 2014, 08:05

Shoppers in Apapa area of Lagos and its environs will soon have their shopping experiences enhanced as Apapa Shopping Mall, being built by Wemabod Estate, a subsidiary of the Odu’a Group of Companies, will be ready for use by the end of the first quarter of the year. 

Apapa Mall to be ready in Q1

Giving this hint in Lagos while receiving the board of Odu’a Investment Group of Companies led by its new chairman, Chief Francis Akintade, recently, the Chairman of Top Services Ltd,

Chief Omisore Tokunbo, the contractor handling the project, explained that works at the site had reached an advanced stage, adding that when completed, the mall would play host to top brands from both within and outside the shores of the country.
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He stated that the mall would be available to different classes of clients ranging from local shops to top brands, with some dedicated space as cinema halls for cinema lovers within the community to enjoy the very best of movies.

According to Omisore, some brands such as Lifemate, KFC, Mr Price, Cash & Carry and Shoprite had already indicated their interests to secure some space in the mall.

While assuring customers of their safety and those of their properties, Omisore explained that when completed, the mall would have a car park that was capable of containing about 420 cars at a time.

Commending the company and the contractors for the strategic location of the mall, Chief Akintade charged Wemabod to consider extending such shopping facilities to other states in Nigeria to enable more Nigerians enhance their shopping experiences.


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