Christmas: If You Missed Lagos Trade Fairs, Here Is Another Chance
Christmas is around the corner and people are slipping into shopping mood.
If you still want to shop, but wonder where to go, you don't have to worry so much.
Some trade fairs have been held in Lagos and people have shopped ahead of the yuletide season, just to hedge the increase in price that the season usually comes with in Nigeria.
But it is not over yet for persons who would desire to shop in such trade fairs.
Another opportunity landed for people living very close to Ogun State, with a Trade Fair tagged “Abule Egba Mega Trade Fair” debuting on November 29.
Everyone, who has registered for the trade fair with at least 10,500 Naira to get a stand, came in with lots of goods and services to offer to shoppers.
Anwarul Islam Ahmadiyya school at Ahmadiyya bus stop is where it is holding and over 170 vendors registered for the fair, with an allocation of spaces under canopies.
The Abule Egba Mega Trade Fair will last for four days, with vendors looking to grab the last sales on Sunday, December 2.
Electronics, clothing, children’s toys, food, natural food items, cooking utensils, jewelleries, shawarma joints, Chapman spots, shoes and hair attachments, among others are on exhibition at the centre.
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