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One Stop Online Shopping Platform, Jankaramall, Hits Cyberspace

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Conceived from a deep desire to re-redefine the online shopping narratives as well as create a standard, first class and relevant shopping experience for Nigerians, especially those resident in Port Harcourt and its environs, Jankaramall has hit the cyberspace, and with a reliable promise to ensure trust and all new level convenience.
Launched in October 2018, Jankaramall, with headquarters in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria, is endowed with the best of qualitative approach to easy online shopping and stress free timely delivery.
According to the Chief Executive Officer, Mrs. Enitan Igwe, jankaramall.com is not just the everyday online shopping platform, but a one stop arena where virtually everything ranging from household essentials, electronics, health and beauty care products, foods and beverages ready-made meals, home appliances, groceries, office supplies, among others can be derived at the snap of the fingers or rather a click.
Hear her:

“Jankara is an online store with rich Nigerian heritage offering world class shopping experience. Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us, therefore we ensure that our prices are fair and competitive.

“Jankaramall was conceived from an intense desire to create a modern and relevant retail shopping experience for Port Harcourt and Nigeria as a whole and a more convenient way for people to get their everyday needs without the hassles of moving out of your comfort zone just to get desired groceries. We don’t just sell groceries, we take the stress off of you and give you time to spend on more rewarding activities.”
With an established vision “To be the biggest and most preferred one-stop online shopping destination for grocery, household essentials, home cooking, personal care and general consumer goods in Africa”, Jankaramall.com is fast taking over the cyberspace, making life easy for a great number of people who are always on the go.
Jankaramall does not only deal with continental products but is also into local brands to ensure the customers’ all round care and wellness. Even pets are not left out as there is a large assortment and variety of Pet foods and accessories available.
Mrs. Igwe continues: “To ensure you have utmost trust and reliability and more convenience, you can also pay for your order on delivery. This gives you the chance to access your products and make sure they are in good condition before you make payment. With Jankara, online shopping is easier in Port Harcourt and Nigeria.”
Jankara is derived from the popularly Lagos market called Jankara Market, located at the centre of the Lagos Island, where it is reported that everything under the heavens, is always available, no matter the time. And through to type, Jankaramall.com is never in short supply of anything money can legitimately buy. So whatever it is you wish to buy, http://www.jankaramall.com is just a click away, and offers lots more at the lowest of prices.
Note: Jankara caters for individuals and corporate needs.
Give it a try today; make that call now!
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Stock market gains N15bn on MTNN price rally

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The key market indices of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday rebounded by 0.12 per cent following price appreciation achieved by MTN Nigeria Communications.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that MTN Nigeria Communication dominated the gainers’ table with N1.10 to close at N16.10 per share.

Vitafoam Nigeria followed with 26k to close at N3.85, while International Breweries added 25k to close at N3.85 per share.

GlaxosmithKline gained 20k to close at N4.80, while PZ Cussons appreciated by 15k to close at N4.50 per share.

Consequently, the All-Share Index which opened at 24,276.56 rose by 29.80 points or 0.12 per cent to close at 24,306.36.

Also, the market capitalisation of listed equities inched higher by N15 billion or 0.12 per cent to N12.679 trillion from N12.664 trillion achieved on Thursday.

On the other hand, Guaranty Trust Bank topped the laggards’ table, dropping 30k to close at N22.45 per share.

United Bank for Africa trailed with a loss of 15k to close at N6.25, while Zenith Bank lost 5k to close at N16.70, per share.

ABC Transport dipped 5k to 51k, while FBN Holdings also declined by 5k to close at N5.20 per share.

An analysis of the activity chart indicates that Sterling Bank was the most active, exchanging 17.66 million shares valued at N22.63 million.

Zenith Bank followed with an account of 7.47 million shares worth N47.06 million, while Transcorp sold 7.41 million shares valued at N4.69 million.

Fidelity Bank exchanged a total of 6.20 million shares worth N11.11 million.

In all, the volume of shares traded closed lower with an exchange of 131.63 million shares valued at N899.49 million in 3,044 deals.

This was in contrast with 192.08 million shares worth N2.47 billion exchanged hands in 3,833 deals on Thursday.

 

(NAN)

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EKEDC warns against tampering with meters

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Eko Electricity Distribution Company (EKEDC) on Friday said it had intensified efforts to curb cases of meter tampering by customers within its operational network.
Mr Godwin Idemudia, General Manager, Corporate Communications, EKEDC, in a statement issued in Lagos warned that those involved in such nefarious activities would face prosecution.
Idemudia said the warning follows the recent arraignment of three persons before an Ojo Magistrates’ Court on a four-count charge of conspiracy to commit fraud, impersonation, forgery and tampering with electricity installations.
He said the accused persons allegedly received the sum of N70,000 from unsuspecting customers who wanted to get their prepaid meters repaired and placed them on direct connection.
Idemudia said :” It is rather unfortunate that people go about parading themselves as our staff when they are not.
“We will go the full extent of the law and this will serve as a deterrent to others aiming to do same.”
He urged EKEDC customers to always go through the appropriate channels for all complaints or issues and make no form of payment to unauthorised persons or channels.
Idemudia also advised customers to report any staff or partners that make demands on them for EKEDC’s services via its social media platforms and other designated channels.
(NAN)
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Ekiti Cargo Airport to be ready in 18 months

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Ekiti Government has said the ongoing construction of the Cargo Airport at Ipogun in Irepodun/Ifelodun Local Government Area would completed in 18 months.

Mr Bunmi Awotiku, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Airport Project, said this when Ekiti House of Assembly Committee on Works and Transport visited the site on Friday at Ipogun.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the project started in October 2019.

The Chairman of the House Committee, Chief Olugboyega Aribisogan, said that the airport was a timeless legacy, which would enhance the rapid transformation and development of the state.

Aribisogan, accompanied by other committee members, said they were at the site to examine the level of work done on the project.

The chairman assured that the Assembly would give necessary legislative support to the state Executive to enable it deliver the dividend of democracy to the people of the state

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