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Marketsquare Expands Footprint In Nigeria, Opens 16th Outlet In Benin City

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Marketsquare, a supermarket brand of Sundry Markets Limited, the foremost indigenous retail chain of supermarkets, rapidly expanding across the country has expanded its footprint in Nigeria by commissioning the 16th outlet located along Auchi Road, at Aduwawa area in Benin City, Nigeria on Saturday, May 1 2021.

The chain of supermarkets has become the first choice for many customers to source for their favourite grocery and fresh food products and brands in several cities around the country. Marketsquare has continued to work tirelessly to bring the best quality products to her customers at the lowest prices.

The commissioning of the store which coincided with the 2021 May Day celebration is aimed at improving the shopping experience of people looking to shop for fresh and packaged groceries and other products in the City.

In his speech at the commissioning of the store, the Company’s Marketing Manager, Emmanuel Patrick Isangediok said, “As the fastest-growing retail store, we have to ensure that Nigerians continually have access to great products that will help enhance their quality of life.”

“We have put everything in place to ensure that Nigerians have access to the modern and relevant retail shopping experience in a very convenient way for people to source their daily needs.  We have also provided the opportunity for customers to shop online at www.marketsquareng.com where they have the choice to pick up their already packed order inside the store or get it delivered to their homes or offices.”

“We would also want to congratulate Nigerian workers on the occasion of the 2021 Workers’ Day because their daily toil has contributed immensely to the development of the nation. We equally, celebrate our workers across all the outlets nationwide. They are the ones who give customers the best shopping experience that has endeared our brand to them,” he added.

Our tagline – find more, pay less – is a promise of our unwavering desire to get the best quality products to the customer at the lowest prices available.

We would continue to support the federal government’s “buy local” initiative by stocking and promoting ‘Made in Nigeria’ products to support indigenous manufacturers.

Marketsquare is an indigenous retail chain of supermarkets in Nigeria, which started trading in December 2015. Today Marketsquare has 16 outlets nationwide and rapidly expanding Pan-Nigeria.

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Okorocha To FG: Give Me N76billion And I’ll Create One Million Jobs From Cattle Business

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Rochas Okorocha, former governor of Imo state, says he can create one million jobs from cattle rearing if provided with the financial capital.

In recent times, Nigeria has witnessed a spate of farmers-herders crisis in many parts of the country, which has led to the loss of lives and property.

As a result of the crisis, 17 southern governors, last Tuesday, resolved to ban open grazing in their region, after a meeting in Asaba, Delta state.

Speaking on the development in an interview on Sunday Politics, the senator representing Imo west said the country should look into the business of cattle rearing, noting that billions by not handling it well.

“Let me talk to Nigerians for the first time as a businessman. Do you know how many billions of dollars this nation is losing by not handling this business of cattle well in the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” he said.

“This business of cattle can create one million jobs for Nigerians, if well-managed. I wish Nigerians can call me or the government will call me and say Okorocha this seventy-six billion.

“We want to give you, it is your share, take it and fix the cattle business. If I do not create one million jobs within the shortest time, just know I’m not Rochas.

“This is business. See money and people are just joking with it. We used to be exporters of leathers, skins. What about dairy products and milk?

“Assuming we have this business, do you know how many welders and fabricators will build body carriers for the cows, while we import the head from China and fix it.”

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Daily COVID Tracker: NCDC Records Seven Infections ,Lowest Single-Day Count In 5 Months

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) says the country recorded seven fresh coronavirus infections on Sunday — representing the lowest single-day count so far in 2021.

The latest cases of COVID-19 were recorded in two states, according to the agency’s update for May 16, 2021.

States that recorded new positive samples are Niger (5) and Rivers (2).

The NCDC reported zero death from COVID-19 complications on Sunday, leaving the death toll at 2,066.

Also, one person was discharged on Sunday after recovering from the infection.

Out of a total of 165,709 COVID-19 cases now confirmed across 36 states and the FCT, 156,413 patients have recovered.

 

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JUST IN: Yoruba Nation Protesters Storm Osogbo [VIDEO]

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Scores of youths under the aegis of Omo Oduduwa United have stormed the streets of Osogbo capital of Osun State to agitate for the Yoruba nation.

The protesters converged on November 27 bridge in the Africa area, Osogbo for the protest.

They marched from the November 27 bridge through Ogo-Oluwa, Aregbe junction, Fakunle, Ola-Iya, and Odi Olowo areas.

The protesters carried placards, banners chanting secession songs, and distributing handbills to people along the streets.

They are heading to Nelson Mandela Freedom Park, Old Garage.

The Nation had reported there was heavy security presence in major junctions of Osogbo as men of DSS, Police, JTF, Amotekun and other local operatives were on the ground.

Details shortly….

 

Credit: The Nation

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