Shoprite Nigeria opens its 25th store
Shoprite - Jul 23rd 2018, 15:30
Shoprite Nigeria opened its 25th store on 19 July 2018 in Novare Central, the newly launched shopping mall in Wuse, Abuja.
Shoprite Wuse promises to be a destination of choice for shoppers in Abuja. In addition to offering consumers the lowest prices on everyday grocery items, the new store also has an extensive range of quality products and a number of in-store fresh food departments including a Meat Market, bakery and fresh fruit & vegetables.
Customers can save time by making use of the wide range of services available at the in-store kiosk, including settling monthly payments with Quickteller.
Branch manager, Musa Usman, along with his team, invite the local community to visit Shoprite Wuse for a pleasant and hassle-free a shopping experience.
Trading hours are 09:00 – 21:00 from Mondays to Sundays.
Shoprite launched in Nigeria just a little over 12 years ago with the opening of its first store in Lagos in December 2005. The retailer is committed to supporting local enterprise, and as a result, more than 80% of products sold are procured locally.
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