Ikeja City Mall to Accommodate New Sections

12 Dec 2012

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Ikeja City Mall

To better serve consumers, the Ikeja City Mall (ICM), home to international and local brands, is set to add new sections to the mall.

The new sections, according to the Centre Manager, Mrs. Debola Majekodunmi, will include the children section and a cinema hall.
Speaking at a recent media briefing, Majekodunmi also stated that the new sections would include popular food court, adding that the step was necessary to make the mall a destination point that caters for all members of the family.

With these additions, she said, the mall guarantees competitive prices and good customer services that would discourage millions of Nigerians from going to Dubai for shopping.

She said; “There are a number of international brands available here, the shopping experience is great and the range of brands,-local and international are vast. Nigerians are therefore advised to look inward. Why go abroad to buy those products that are available here?”

The Manager however corrected the wrong notion of referring to the mall as Shoprite, stating that the South African store was only a tenant in Ikeja City Mall.

According to her; “Shoprite is only one out of ICM's 94 tenants but the brand is only lucky to enjoy good patronage because of its global appeal. ICM is owned by Gruppo Investment Nigeria Limited and managed by Broll Nigeria, a subsidiary of Broll South Africa, a member of the CBRE affiliate network.”

In a related development, the management of the mall had indicated that in a bid to make the forthcoming Christmas a delight for shoppers and visitors to the mall, they have concluded arrangement to roll out a number of activities.

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