Shoppers in the City of Abuja trooped to Gikas Goodies, dealers in Unisex fashion items, as the store officially opened its doors to customers and offered 50% discounts at the grand event held at TUG Center, Suite C, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja, on Saturday, 2nd September, 2023.
At the opening, the Chief Executive Officer, CEO, of the store, Ginika Nwairuamachi, assured customers of the stores’ commitment to providing quality goods at affordable prices, to meet their fashion needs.
The CEO also said that the decision to offer a 50% discount on goods, was her way of easing the financial burden on her customers, given the prevailing economic realities in Nigeria.
She also stressed that customer satisfaction was a top priority, as the store holds their customers in high regard and would not do anything to upset them.
The event drew a crowd of shoppers who were eager to take advantage of the sales and they were not disappointed, as they were treated to a range of exclusive discounts on a wide array of products, including Shirts, bedsheets, perfumes, women’s wear, hairs, shoes, bags, make-up, amongst others.
Some customers at the grand opening could not contain their excitement as they expressed their appreciation to the store’s CEO for the discount.
Wow !Today is a wonderful day, it’s a good start for this place. I looked at the prices and they are Ok, it’s not just about the price but the quality as well’Umaru Zubairu, on his shopping experience at Gika’s Goodies
Another customer, Chinwe, described the discounts as impressive and commended the stores for stocking items that cut across genders and different age groups.
The store which is located opposite the popular Banex Plaza in Abuja, boasts a modern and spacious layout, making for a comfortable and enjoyable shopping experience.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff were on hand to assist customers with their selections.
The grand opening of Gika’s Goodies is an exciting milestone for the local retail scene, providing shoppers with discounts and a remarkable shopping experience.
Story: Ihuoma Ukeje