Lagos Market Tour — Part 1!!!
Lagos, Nigeria’s former Capital, is Africa’s Largest City.
“Lagos really has a lot going on right now. People are still seeking investment opportunities here, and there is alot of possibilities with more than 20million people living in the city.
The difference between Lagos State and other African cities is the population size which makes it a good testing ground for companies that later want to expand to the rest of Africa.
“If you have success running a business in Nigeria, then you are almost guaranteed that you will have success anywhere else on the continent.
That brings me “MARKETS TOUR WITH DENNIS GREAT DE ONYENJEM.
I plan visiting all the market in Lagos State but not achieving them in a day. So I decided to visit them on different date.
*The first market I visited was 2nd Market Festac Gate( opeoluwa) — These market is too small with few stores and shops for marketer to sale and buy their goods. The goods mostly sold are food stock and few clothing materials. From the information I got this market is not upto 25yrs.
*The second Market I visited was Agboju Market — Nothing much about this market because it’s opposite with 2nd market festac gate. Although when talking about kitchen utensils, clothing materials, provision, and a little bit food stocks.
*The third Market I visited was Lagos Trade Fair Complex — The Lagos international Trade Fair Complex market is the largest international exhibition in West Africa. It’s more like a trade center where people exchange goods and services. It’s mostly crowded. A hub for different products ranging from cosmetics, automobile, fiance, travel agencies, electronics,jewelry, auto spare parts, provisions,and other consumer goods are been sold in the complex.
*The fourth Market I visited was Alaba International — Alaba international Market is an electronic market located in ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. The Market and it’s wide range of business activities gives opportunities to electronics and electrical engineers who specialized in the repair of faulty home appliances to transact businesss with dealers electronics.
Markets Tours with Dennis Great De Onyenjem is not for show off rather to enable the tourist outside country to patronise us, anytime they visit Lagos for tours.
This is my Day 1 Lagos Market Tour — Part 1.
One Mind, one Nigeria, One Africa.
I’m Dennis Chukwuebuka Okeke AKA Onye-njem one of AFRICA your number one celebrity Tourist.