Nigeria: Fashion outfit, Mr Price, berths in Ibadan
Tribune.com.ng - May 6th 2013, 10:40
Residents of Ibadan metropolis trooped out enmasse on Wednesday, to have a glimpse of a wear outfit located at the newly opened Odu’a Shopping Mall, along J Allen area, Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
The South African clothing outfit apparently was the first tenant of the Mall to draw such a crowd to the multi-million edifice. As early as the shop was opened, residents in large numbers patronised the outfit, while a few others came to window-shop.
Customers were received with smiles and courtesy by the crew, who were all clad in red branded T-shirts with fez cap to match.
Some of the customers who spoke with the Nigerian Tribune expressed their delight at the location of such in Ibadan, a situation they said would further lessen their worry concerning original clothes.
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