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Kosofe Lawmakers throw weight behind Shoprite in Maryland

The two lawmakers representing Kosofe constituency, Lagos, have voiced their support for Maryland Mall project which will have Shoprite as a key anchor tenant.

This was made known yesterday during a tweetchat organized by InsideMainland and Purple Capital the developers of the Maryland Mall.

Hon. Rotimi Agunsoye, a member, House of Representatives, Kosofe Federal Constituency tweet during the tweetchat that “Mende Shoprite is a welcome development”.

in the same vein, Hon. Adebayo Osinowo, Member, Lagos State House of Assembly, Kosofe Constituency 1 who also joined the tweetchat with his tweet “Mende Shoprite will be supported by government by providing adequate basic amenities”.

Shoprite, Africa’s largest consumer goods shopping mall will be berthing next in Mende, Maryland Lagos when the remodeling of Maryland Mall is completed in March 27, 2016.

Specifically, the mall is situated along the Ikorodu Road, on a corner plot of land at the entrance to Okupe estate, Mende, which is a prime area of the busy Lagos Mainland axis.

According to the Managing Partner, Purple Capital, Olaide Agboola, the developer of Maryland Mall, the new shopping center is conceived to cater to people in the busy vicinities of Mende, Anthony, Ilupeju, Ojota, GRA Ikeja, Oshodi, Gbagada Phase 1 and 2 among many others.

The mall will play host to a mix of local and international brands such as Genesis Deluxe Cinemas, Stanbic Bank, Axa Mansard, Barcelos, Sweet Kiwi, Euphoria Smoothies, Shuttles, Playzone, Cupyd Patisserie and 3 Zees Restaurant and Bar. Complementary Entertainment at the mall alongside Genesis Cinemas includes Playzone and the first ever purpose built skating rink in Nigeria, Skate City.



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