Tuesday, 21 June 2016

#Naija'sTop10 featuring Top 10 Markets in Nigeria- Celebrating The Nigerian Spirit.

 
Why Market? Market is strictly a business zone, a place of buying and selling and where we get our needed goods. It's key that we acquit ourselves with the best of Nigerian markets.  
 
This week's Naija's top 10 is taking a look at what I call the traditional markets in Nigeria, more so that we are encouraged to buy made in Nigeria goods, we need to know the best market for needed products.
Pictured above is Onitsha International Market which is the top on the list. See details below:
 
1) Onitsha International Main Market (Anambra State) 
This is the largest market in Nigeria and West Africa at large. You are assured that you are getting any kind of product you need at an affordable rate. People from different parts of the country would always visit this market for their business transactions. Continue
 

2) Ariaria International market, Aba, Abia State.
The second largest Market in Nigeria. A.k.a The China of Africa. Home to Naija made. This is where you would see a lot of replicas of a lot of products ranging from fashion to home items, that are mostly seen in every market in Nigeria and Africa, it is one market that may get you missing because of its large land mas

3) Alaba International Market, Lagos
If there is one market that would be ringing in your ears when you are in Lagos, it is Alaba International market.This is the home to the biggest electronic products in the country. There is hardly an electronic device that you would miss here.


4) Idumota Market, Lagos State. Idumota Market is one of the oldest markets in Lagos State. From 6.am till 5 pm, there is always activities that seem unending in the market.

5) Kurmi Market, Kano State.
Kano has one of the biggest market in Nigeria called Kurmi Market, founded by Muhammad Rumfa, a King of Kano, in the 15th century.
6) Oja-Oba/Orita Merin Market, Ibadan, This Market aka the King's Market and it is one of the biggest foodstuffs markets in the ancient city of Ibadan.
7) Jos Main Market (Plateau State) Jos main market is known as the largest indoor market in the whole of West Africa.
8) New Market, Aba (Abia State) Apart from Ariaria International Market, New Market is another big market that would always attract thousands of sellers and buyers every day including Sundays.
9) Nkwo, Nnewi Market, Anambra State  A.k.a, The Japan of Africa Nnewi is the second largest urban space in Anambra State in southeastern Nigeria. Nnewi as a metropolitan city is home to the Innoson Vehicle producing Company which is second to the biggest after Main market, Onitsha in Anambra State.

 
 
10) Bodjja Market, Ibadan, Oyo State. This is a very popular marekt in Ibadan  and offers you a lot of things at a very affordable rate.

Okay, make we enter market- don't forget to buy Nigerian products to grow our economy.
 
 
Info credit: 36ng.com

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