Contact Details of All Shoprite Stores in Nigeria

In this post, a list of all Shoprite Nigeria outlets has been provided, together with their contact details. Their addresses are given in order to allow you find a store closest to you for your shopping convenience. We have also included the contact information of the head office of this shopping mall as well as their phone number, e-mail and official website.

Contact Details of All Shoprite Stores in Nigeria

Shoprite Nigeria is a subsidiary of Shoprite South Africa, one of the biggest Shopping Malls in Africa. Shoprite is the biggest food retailer in Nigeria presently and it attracts more consumers to its stores when compared to others in the same line of business. The store is always busy all year round greatly due to their products being affordable and surprisingly cheap.

Products on offer at Shoprite Nigeria outlets include groceries, wines and spirits, soft drinks, baked goods and confectionery, cosmetic products, perfumes and sprays, their trademark oven baked bread, to mention but a few.

A top shopping mall like Shoprite has been able to keep its customers with lower prices which they can always trust and they have created a convenient environment which gives customers great shopping satisfaction, making them always wanting to return for more.

While there are a good number of Shoprite branches located in major cities in Nigeria, the business plans to continue expanding to every nook and cranny of the country to cater for every Nigerian who loves to buy quality stuff at prices that are moderate.

ADDRESSES OF ALL SHOPRITE NIGERIA OUTLETS NATIONWIDE

Find below the contact details of all Shoprite Shopping Malls in Nigeria presently.

SHOPRITE HEAD OFFICE 

Address: The Palms Shopping Centre, Off British International School Way, Maroko, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Telephone Number: +23412714482
Fax: +234271448
E-mail Address: webmaster@shoprite.co.za
Official Website: shoprite.com.ng

ABUJA

  • Grand Towers Address: Murtala Muhammed Express Way, Along Apo Mechanic Village, Abuja.
    Telephone: +234 9-2913616
  • Silverbird Abuja Address: Silverbird Entertainment Centre, By Musa Yar’Adua Centre, Central Business District, Abuja

ANAMBRA STATE

  • Onitsha Mall Address: Park Road, Onitsha, Anambra State.

DELTA STATE

  • Effurun Mall Address: Effurun Roundabout, Along Effurun-Ughelli Road, Effurun, Delta

ENUGU STATE

  • Polo Park Address: Old GRA, Polo Amusement Park, Abakaliki, Enugu State
    Telephone: +234 7098731471

KWARA STATE

  • Palms Ilorin Address: Fate Road, Beside NTA, Ilorin, Kwara State
    Telephone: +234 31-290532

KANO STATE

  • Ado Bayero Mall Address: Zoo Road, beside Kano Trade Fair Complex, Kano State
    Telephone: +234 6-4434937

LAGOS STATE

  • Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Mall Address: Adeniran Ogunsanya Street, Surulere, Lagos State
    Telephone: +234 1-7300476
  • Ikeja City Mall Address: Obafemi Awolowo Way, Opposite Elephant House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State
    Telephone: +234 1-8999128
  • The Palms Shopping Mall Address: Off Lekki-Express Way, Beside British International School, Victoria Island, Lagos
    Telephone: +234 1-2714484
  • Cocoa Mall Address: Park Lane, Apapa, Lagos State
  • Festival Mall Address: Off Festac Link Road, Amuwo Odofin, Festac, Lagos State

OYO STATE 

  • Ibadan Mall Address: Opposite High Court, Ring Road, Ibadan, Oyo State
  • Cocoa Mall Address: Bank Road, Ibadan, Oyo State.

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Maduawuchi Obialo

Maduawuchi Obialo is the founder of Nigerian Guide and an Editor at Nigerian Infopedia. He is a professional Web Content Developer and a Biochemist.

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  1. Good evening,one of your staff a woman in low cut in your branch at Cocoa mall Ibadan is so rude and she even said we must not go out,she abused us with the children.What happened was that the children took a biscuit but price is not on it and the biscuit is among that #69 ones so we thought they’re the same price not until the cashier told us it’s #650.And one of the children buas eaten one.Its not our first time of shopping with you the kids will eat their snacks because they are hungry and we do pay for it by showing them the it’s wrapper.
    Am highly dissapointed in that woman I believe she has children at home.

  2. I mean the children has ate one out of the two biscuits that we picked.I later return the other one and they forced us to pay for the other one.They are at fault because we can’t buy goods without price on it.

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