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Shoprite Sells Nigerian Business To Property Company
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Shoprite Sells Nigerian Business To Property Company

A Nigerian property company will be taking over Shoprite’s local business in Nigeria, Reuters reported on Wednesday, citing multiple sources. Persianas is buying Shoprite’s Nigerian business after the South African retailer decided to retreat from other African markets. Shoprite, with more than 2,300 stores across Africa, is awaiting regulatory approval on the sale of its Nigerian supermarket operation, though no further details about the deal have been disclosed. The company in August 2020 announced that it will be exiting the Nigerian market after over 15 years. Shoprite said that its business in Nigeria operated under Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Limited “may be classified as a discontinued operation.” The company said it has been approached by potential investors willing to...
Why We Shutdown Shoprite Stores In Nigeria – Workers
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Why We Shutdown Shoprite Stores In Nigeria – Workers

Cherish Ogenyi, the unit chairman and coordinator of the northern region of the National Union of Shop and Distributive Employees (NUSDE), an affiliate of the Nigerian Labour Congress, who spoke with PREMIUM TIMES described the action as “picketing”. Cherish Ogenyi, the unit chairman and coordinator of the northern region of the National Union of Shop and Distributive Employees (NUSDE). “What you see happening here today is just a picketing type of strike, that is what the workers came here to do. Just to picket the entrance of Shoprite. Apparently, in a bid to stop them from trading until our pending proposals and demands are met by the management,” he said. Following the purchase of Shoprite Nigeria by some Nigerian investors, Mr Ogenyi said the workers are supposed to be pa...
Shoprite Workers Embark On Protests In Ibadan, Shut Down Company Indefinitely
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Shoprite Workers Embark On Protests In Ibadan, Shut Down Company Indefinitely

Shoprite workers at Ring Road branch, Ibadan, on Friday, embarked on another round of protest, shutting down the company indefinitely. The workers, under the aegis of National Union of Shop and Distributive Employees (NUSDE), vowed that the company would remain shut until management acceded to their demands. The chairman, NUSDE, Shoprite branch, Mr Williams Peter, said the union was using the Easter period to press home its demands since dialogue had failed. He stated that all Shoprite stores had been shut down nationwide because the negotiation between the union and the management had been deadlocked. Peter attributed the indefinite strike to the alleged refusal of the management to meet up with the demands of the union. He said that although the planned transfer of Sho...
Shoprite On Shutdown, As Workers Go On Strike Over “Sale To Palms Mall Owners”
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Shoprite On Shutdown, As Workers Go On Strike Over “Sale To Palms Mall Owners”

Dozens of Shoprite outlets in Nigeria have been shut down as workers commenced an industrial strike action. Workers of retail giant, Shoprite have embarked on a nationwide industrial strike action demanding proper information on staff benefits as well as terms of sale to interested investors who are on course to acquire the Nigerian subsidiary of the South African retail outlet. A report by the Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ) suggests that all 25 outlets of Shoprite in Nigeria have been shut down by workers. The report revealed further that the workers embarked on industrial action over claims of sale of the retail company to Palms Mall owners, Tayo Amusan and Persianas Properties Limited, without appropriate information on the terms of the acquisition, and the i...
Shoprite Worker Commits Suicide In Akure After Being Suspended From Work
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Shoprite Worker Commits Suicide In Akure After Being Suspended From Work

A 23-year-old woman and employee of Shoprite in Akure, the Ondo State capital, Jumoke Kehinde, has reportedly committed suicide after being suspended from work. Kehinde was found dead on New Year’s Eve at her apartment along Oda Road in the Kajola area of Akure. She was said to have allegedly taken a substance suspected to be Sniper, a pesticide, after being suspended from work. One of the organisation’s managers, who gave his name as Taiwo, told journalists that the deceased reported late for work and some other staff members on the fateful day. He said, “It is expected that anyone who comes late has to wait outside before being allowed in and suspended. She was seen arranging her table, getting ready for the day’s sales, and looking happy. But she later left the mall arou...
Shoprite Staff allegedly Commits Suicide after Being Suspended
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Shoprite Staff allegedly Commits Suicide after Being Suspended

Jumoke Kehinde, said to be a staff of Shoprite in Akure, Ondo State's capital has committed suicide after allegedly being suspended from work. A source told The Nation that she was found dead on New Year’s eve at her apartment in Kajola area along Oda-road, Akure. The Shoprite staff disclosed that Kehinde was suspended after reporting late for work. The source said;    “It is normal that anyone who comes late should wait outside before they are allowed in and be given a suspension. “She was seen arranging her table getting ready for the day’s sales as she looked happy but later left the mall at about 11 am after receiving the suspension letter. “At about 4 pm, a distress call was received in the office that she was not feeling fine. One of the management staff went...
Shoprite Announces Plan To Leave Kenya
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Shoprite Announces Plan To Leave Kenya

South Africa’s supermarket group, Shoprite Holdings, has announced plans to sell or close its remaining two stores in Kenya by the end of December. The supermarket group said it will be leaving the East African country two years after it began operations in the country. On Tuesday, the company said its Kenyan business had underperformed. “Kenya has continued to underperform relative to our return requirements,” the company said after posting a 16.6 per cent rise in annual group earnings. The South African firm has renegotiated 48 rental agreements by either reducing rent payments or converting them to local currency, Chief Executive, Pieter Engelbrecht, said. The group has also restricted capital allocations to its supermarkets outside South Africa, as part of an ongoing review...
“We Are Not Leaving Nigeria” – Shoprite Denies Exit Rumours
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“We Are Not Leaving Nigeria” – Shoprite Denies Exit Rumours

ShopRite Nigeria has debunked the story making the rounds that it intends to close shop in Nigeria. The Country Director for Chastex Consult, Ini Archibong, in a telephone conversation with Vanguard, said: “Shoprite is not leaving Nigeria. “We have only just opened to Nigerian investors which we have also been talking to just before now. We are not leaving, who leaves over a $30billion invest and close shop? It doesn’t sound right. “We only just given this opportunity to Nigeria investors to come in and also help drive our expansion plan in Nigeria. So we are not leaving. “I have tried to say this as too many people as I can. There should be no panic at all and all of that. There is no truth in that report.” Recall that reports have been circulating that the retail outl...
Shoprite To Leave Nigeria After 15 Years
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Shoprite To Leave Nigeria After 15 Years

Africa's biggest grocery retailer, Shoprite, is exiting the continent's most populated country, Nigeria, after 15 years. The Cape Town-based retailer has started a formal process to consider the potential sale of all or a majority stake in its supermarkets in Nigeria, it said in a trading statement for the 52 weeks to end June released on Monday. South African retailers have struggled in the Nigeria market and most recently Mr Price has exited the market after Woolworths did the same six years ago. In the statement, Shoprite said the results for the year do not reflect any of their operations is Nigeria as it will be classified as discontinued operation. International supermarkets (excluding Nigeria) contributed 11.6% to group sales, and reported 1.4% decline in sales from...
Coronavirus: Face Masks, Hand Sanitizers Sold Out In Lagos
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Coronavirus: Face Masks, Hand Sanitizers Sold Out In Lagos

Face masks, hand sanitizers and head masks are now scarce in most supermarkets and pharmacy shops in Lagos state as the Nigerian government on Friday confirmed the first Coronavirus case in the state. A visit to most pharmacy shops and supermarkets on Lagos mainland areas such as Surulere, Ikeja, Agege and Ogba by our reporters on Friday shows that the products were bought off the shelfs early Friday morning by residents in the respective areas. When our reporters visited major marts such as Shoprite, Spar, Medplus, Healthrite – all located in Adeniran Ogunsanya Mall in Surulere area of the state, none has hand sanitizer and facemask as early as 9:47am yesterday. A shop attendant at the mall, who craved anonymity, told our reporters that people came in as early as 8am when the mall...
Court Seals Shoprite In Umuahia Over Loan Default
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Court Seals Shoprite In Umuahia Over Loan Default

Popular shopping mall in Umuahia, Shoprite, has been sealed by security agencies in the state, Abia. We gathered that the development was in compliance with an existing court order/directives. Management of Shoprite is said to have defaulted on a loan it took with the affected shopping mall. Shoprite’s spokesman could not be reached for comment. But a staff, who pleaded anonymity, confirmed the development. “Yes, it's true... the building has been sealed. It was sealed earlier today. That's all I can tell you for now”, the staff said.
Black Friday At Shoprite: Nigerians Struggle To Buy Goods
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Black Friday At Shoprite: Nigerians Struggle To Buy Goods

Nigerians have stormed Shoprite in droves to participate in the retail company’s edition of Black Friday. Singer Beecee Ugboh who got to a Shoprite outlet very early in the morning shared a video showing what went down. According to her, despite getting to the supermarket very early, she still met a crowd waiting outside for the store to be opened. When the store finally got opened, it was chaos as Nigerians scrambled on each other in efforts to prevent others from picking items they desire to buy. Beecee Ugboh stated in the video she shared on Instagram: ”I want you to take a look at what Nigerians are doing in Shoprite. They are making sure that other people do not have enough products to buy. And I’m sorry for Shoprite because their things will be vandalized. A lot of thing...
Xenophobia: Aliko Dangote Speaks On Reprisal Attacks
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Xenophobia: Aliko Dangote Speaks On Reprisal Attacks

Africa's richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, has condemned the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians living in South Africa. The chairman of Dangote Group also condemned the reprisal attacks being carried out by Nigerians on South African companies in the country. We had reported that properties worth millions of naira, belonging to Nigerians in South Africa, were set ablaze with many others looted by South Africans. President of the Nigeria Union in South Africa, Comrade Adetola Olubajo, said the attacks began on Sunday morning in Jeppestown area of Johannesburg. Mr Olubajo said in a statement that the mob “looted several shops owned by foreign nationals”, adding, ”but the police later dispersed the angry mob and made some arrest.” Nigerians have reacted to the attacks ...
Xenophobia: 125 Looters arrested By Lagos Police Command
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Xenophobia: 125 Looters arrested By Lagos Police Command

At least 125 looters have been arrested by the Lagos State police command in connection with destruction of properties owned by South Africans in the wake of Xenophobic attack on Nigerians in South Africa. The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, has also ordered water-tight security around embassies, foreign missions, foreigners and their businesses within the country. The order is against the backdrop of the unfortunate attack on Shoprite outlets in Lekki area of Lagos Sate on 3rd September, 2019 by some miscreants who attacked and looted the Malls ostensibly under the pretext of protesting against the incessant “xenophobic” attacks in South Africa. A statement issued by Frank Mba, Force Public Relations Officer, said to this end, all Zonal Assistant Inspectors Gene...
Xenophobia: Protesters In Abuja Set Bonfire On Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport Road
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Xenophobia: Protesters In Abuja Set Bonfire On Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport Road

Some Nigerians protesting against the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa on Wednesday made a bonfire on the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Road, Lugbe, Abuja, a few metres from a South African franchise, Shoprite Mall. Since reports of the attacks in South Africa broke, Nigerians have stormed the premises of several businesses of South African origin such as Shoprite and MTN in Ibadan, Lagos, and a few other locations. It was earlier reported that protesters have stormed Shoprite outlet at Novare Gateway, Lugbe, Abuja to express their displeasure over xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africans. According to reports, the protesters have resorted to burning tyres after a clampdown by security operatives
This Nigerian Man And His Friends Slept At Shoprite In Lagos
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This Nigerian Man And His Friends Slept At Shoprite In Lagos

This Nigerian Man And His Friends Slept At Shoprite in Lagos All Through Out Last Night And Protected Their Shops to Ensure that Nobody Broke Into Their Shops. A man has hailed his friends for staying back to secure their shops at Shoprite in Lagos. Watch the videos   View this post on Instagram   This Nigerian Man And His Friends Slept At Shoprite in Lagos All Through Out Last Night And Protected Their Shop to Ensure that Nobody Broke Into Their Shops. A post shared by TheFamousNaija (@thefamousnaija) on Sep 4, 2019 at 7:34am PDT
Lagos State Government Condemns Retaliatory Vandalization And Looting
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Lagos State Government Condemns Retaliatory Vandalization And Looting

The attention of the Lagos State Government has been drawn to the attacks on Shoprite Complexes at Jakande and Sangotedo Area of Ajah by some unidentified people claiming to be acting in retaliation against the attacks on Nigerians in South Africa. These attacks are condemned as they are against the Nigerian spirit of accommodation and benevolence that the country in general and Lagos State in particular is noted for”. The Federal Government is in dialogue with South African Authorities to stop this obnoxious act. We appeal to our compatriots to eschew violence and any unlawful acts. The Lagos State Government wishes to reiterate its commitment to providing a conducive atmosphere where businesses are conducted without hindrances. The security agencies have been directed to en...
Attack On South African Businesses Will Hurt Nigerians More – Lai Mohammed
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Attack On South African Businesses Will Hurt Nigerians More – Lai Mohammed

On Tuesday, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, described as deeply disturbing the reports that some Nigerians, angered by the xenophobic attacks in South Africa, have started attacking South African companies in Nigeria. He said that targeting South African companies in Nigeria for attack is, for Nigerians, a classic case of cutting off your nose to spite your face, because the investors in such companies, especially MTN and Shoprite, are Nigerians. Alhaji Mohammed said the majority of the workers in the South African companies operating in Nigeria are also Nigerians, meaning that its Nigerian workers who will be hardest hit if such companies are forced to shut down for fear of attacks. He assured Nigerians that the Federal Government is already taking ...
Xenophobia: South African clothing store looted in Lagos
Crime

Xenophobia: South African clothing store looted in Lagos

Hoodlums taking advantage of the ongoing outrage against the treatment of Nigerians in South Africa have looted an outlet of a major South African clothing retailer in Lagos. The Surulere, Lagos, store of clothing and accessories dealer, PEP, was looted by Nigerians on Tuesday evening. Videos and pictures of the looting were circulated by several users on Twitter Tuesday night. PREMIUM TIMES could not immediately ascertain the specific outlet of PEP that was attacked, but the background indicated it was the one along Bode Thomas Road. The police have been responding to multiple attacks targeting South African businesses across Nigeria on Tuesday. Other South African businesses, including retailer Shoprite and telecoms giant MTN, have been targeted in Lagos, Ibadan and Akwa ...
Xenophobia: Lekki Shoprite Shutdown Under Attack, After Invasion By Angry Mob
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Xenophobia: Lekki Shoprite Shutdown Under Attack, After Invasion By Angry Mob

Some protesters stormed an outlet of Shoprite on Lekki-Epe expressway in Lagos state on Tuesday afternoon, chanting violent songs. The development comes less than 24 hours after reports of attacks on foreign nationals, including Nigerians, in South Africa, went viral. The protesters, who attempted to break into mall of South Africa-owned Shoprite were resisted by policemen on ground. Lekki Shoprite shut down to avoid violence as some people protest against Xenophobia attacks in South Africa. In a video, residents stormed the mall in reprisal to the ongoing xenophobic attacks on Nigerians but few gained entrance into the mall destroyed items and attacked the officials. According to reports, 4 Police Trucks with officers are presently at Mall to forestall more violence. ...
Crime

Xenophobia: Nigerians Vow To Boycott MTN, Shoprite, Other South African Business

Angry Nigerians on Twitter in reaction to killing of their fellow countrymen in xenophobic attacks launched by South Africans have vowed to boycott MTN, Shoprite, Stanbic, DSTV and other businesses in Nigeria owned by South Africans. Recall that we reported earlier that properties includings cars which belong to Nigerians in the country, was set on fire by South Africans. Shops belonging to Nigerians was also looted by South Africans as captured in a viral video. President of the Nigeria Union South Africa, Adetola Olubajo, had said that recent attacks began on Sunday morning in Jeppestown area of Johannesburg. Mr Olubajo said in a statement on Monday that the mob “looted several shops that were around the vicinity suspected to be owned by foreign nationals.” Reacting to th...
Shoprite Nigeria Warns Against Internet Scam
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Shoprite Nigeria Warns Against Internet Scam

Shoprite one of Africa's biggest retail brands has issued out a warning to the public again a fraudulent message circulating the internet claiming that the supermarket chain is celebrating it's 15th anniversary with an online competition. Alot of people are said to have fall victim of this internet scam that is being distributed via Whatsapp. It's advisable to be cautious and ignore clicking on any ransom link you come across on the internet.
He Threatened To Shoot Me’ – Nigerian Rapper, CDQ Narrates Experience With SARS Operatives
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He Threatened To Shoot Me’ – Nigerian Rapper, CDQ Narrates Experience With SARS Operatives

Sodiq Abubakar Yusuf, Nigerian hip hop rapper better known as CDQ, has narrated how operatives of the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) threatened to shoot him in Lagos. The 34-year-old music star took to his Instagram page to recount how the security personnel also bragged that there won’t be any consequences for their actions. He also called for urgent reform of the anti-robbery unit. “The Head in-Charge should give proper training to these people. I had a terrible encounter with some illiterate Sars on Friday at Osapa London Lekki by the Shoprite Road threatening to shoot everyone in my convoy including Myself,” he wrote. “He openly said nothing will happen, that they don’t care about anybody scaring young girls and boys with guns. The incident still baffles me till now. I’ve ...
Man With Torn Boxers At Shoprite In Abuja With His Girlfriend
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Man With Torn Boxers At Shoprite In Abuja With His Girlfriend

A lady has taken to Facebook to share picture of a 'drunk-in-love' couple she saw at Shoprite mall in Abuja. What interested online users was the torn underwear/boxers the young man wore while sagging his trouser as he proudly held his bae in the supermarket. Facebook user Esther Akudigwe took to the platform to share the picture of the couple and wrote sarcastically; And i saw dis at shop rite. If he cant hold you like dis in public then he doesn't love u. True love still exists. Meanwhile, online users have shaded the young man over his underwear, with many berating him for not "living up to the standard" despite using an iPhone and flaunting his car key.
SHOPRITE Nigeria Opens its 25th Store
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SHOPRITE Nigeria Opens its 25th Store

Shoprite Nigeria recently opened its 25th store 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 invites the local community to visit Shoprite Wuse for a pleasant and hassle-free shopping experience.   Trading hours...
Shoprite plans Africa’s biggest clean-up event
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Shoprite plans Africa’s biggest clean-up event

The Shoprite Group is staging Africa’s biggest clean-up at which over 6000 people in nine countries are expected to participate in almost 500 events from 14-18 July to remove waste from communities. In Nigeria the retail giant is partnering with Nigeria’s pioneer recycling outfit, Wecyclers to execute this huge initiative. Head, Business Development of Wecyclers, Ms. Omobolanle Olowu, an environmentalist and recycling champion explains: “The hope is to launch a movement of active citizens who act for change by cleaning and keeping clean public areas. Plastic waste is putting the environment under considerable pressure with the equivalent of a garbage truck of plastic being dumped into our oceans every minute.” She further adds, “Recycling is central to this initiative, hence Wecy...
#BBNaija 2018: Tobi And Miracle Reveal The Kind Of Girls They Like
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#BBNaija 2018: Tobi And Miracle Reveal The Kind Of Girls They Like

Big Brother Housemates, Tobi Bakre and Miracle have opened up about the kind of ladies they like while discussing with Alex and Anto in the garden. Tobi revealed that he was out for a drink when a lady slipped her card into his pocket, motioning him to call her. He said; “This lady who was obviously hanging out with her friends reached out to me by putting her card in my pocket. “She was yo, I am hanging with my friends but will like you to reach out.” This was few minutes before flying down to South Africa for the Big Brother Naija show. Tobi relishing in the moment promised to reach out to the lady. Miracle, reacting to the incidence said: “I like it when ladies reach out. It shows that they are bold.” Miracle also gave his own account after a lady stalking him in Sho...
Apostle Suleman Says Buhari To Be Flown Abroad On Emergency In 2018 Prophesies About Nigeria
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Apostle Suleman Says Buhari To Be Flown Abroad On Emergency In 2018 Prophesies About Nigeria

The Founder and Senior Pastor of the Omega Fire Ministry, Auchi, Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has released 50 shocking prophecies for the year 2018. He talked about the sacked President of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, Nigerian economy and series of bombing in the country. Read Apostle Suleman’s prophesies: 1. Economy to get better in Nigeria in 2018 2. Year of serial bombings in Nigeria 3. Imo State Governor to make governorship a family affair 4. Donald Trumps health needs attention 5. A new strategies of killing perceived political enemies in Nigeria will arise 6. Wildfire outbreak in an American state 7. Manhunt for Ekiti state Governor by the Federal Government of Nigeria 8. Government of Nigeria to disobey court orders 9. God says ” Let Sambo Dasuki go” 10.President Buhari to be flown ...
Owerri: Home Of Hotels, Shopping Malls And Club Houses
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Owerri: Home Of Hotels, Shopping Malls And Club Houses

I was amazed when I visited Owerri early this year. The city is so endowed with beautiful ladies and girls....Wow, I don't know of any other Nigerian city that has such a number of beautiful ladies and girls. Every nook and cranny of Owerri is filled with beautiful ladies..... Aside the beauty....the city is filled with hotels..Hotels standing side by side to each other..the whole city is lithered with hotels..the city has more than 600 magnificent hotels aside the smaller ones.. There are so many shopping malls in the city... .Owerri mall housing the shoprite, Aladinma mall, House of jerdans, Everyday supermarket, Priceless, Douglass exclusive etc.. The city is also filled with club houses, Grill centers, Eateries and Resorts....Cubans resort, De exclusive etc To my surprise, all these h...
Military Officer Kneels Down To Propose To His Fiancee At Shoprite
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Military Officer Kneels Down To Propose To His Fiancee At Shoprite

It was a romantic day and time as it was unexpected for her. He's a graduate of Osun State University and a top ranked military officer in the Nigerian Army. He had to let go all his "man power" and went on His kneels to propose to his wife to be. Tell me how many can do this.? Watch the video attached as you will hear people saying "Say YES nah". She is the shy type though. I was even scared she won't say anything 'cus she is shy. But Glory to God. It's a done deal. Happy life to both of you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r9lqhlEhuM
Nigeria Students To South Africans: Vacate From Nigeria Before 48 Hrs – Vanguard
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Nigeria Students To South Africans: Vacate From Nigeria Before 48 Hrs – Vanguard

The National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has given 48 hours ultimatum to all South African companies in Nigeria to relocate over the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa. The students gave the ultimatum at a peaceful demonstration at some South African companies in Abuja on Thursday. During the march the students carried a banner, which read: ‘’NANS against Xenophobic Attacks on Nigerians.’’ While the students marched, the security men stood and watched to ensure law and order. The President of NANS, Mr Kadiri Aruna, said in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at DSTV office, a South African company, in Wuse 2, Abuja, that Nigerian students had resolved to condemn the attacks. “We are saying that enough is enough as South Africans have openly attacke...
120 South African Companies In Nigeria Risk Attacks
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120 South African Companies In Nigeria Risk Attacks

A Reprisal attack against South Africa’s business interests in Nigeria could do huge damage to its economy, those who have been following the ongoing xenophobic attacks against other Africans in South Africa told The Guardian yesterday. Although most business analysts — including the Director-General of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Muda Yusuf — dismissed concerns over reprisal, they said South Africa has firm grip on major sectors of the Nigerian economy and could lose badly unless it does more to stop the recurring attacks. Most of the attacks in South Africa occur in areas occupied by black Africans. “Cape Town is governed by the opposition party and they are mainly whites and coloured. The problems are always within the areas dominated by blacks,” says Cape T...

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