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Top 5 markets is Lagos

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Here are Top 5 markets is Lagos(In no particular order):

1/ Balogun Market

Balogun Market is a market located on Lagos Island in Lagos State, Nigeria. It has no particular address because it sprawls across so many streets on the island. Balogun market is recognized as the best place to buy fabrics, shoes and all sorts of wears.

2/ Oshodi Market

Oshodi market is a market located in Oshodi, a suburb of Lagos state, Southwestern Nigeria. It is one of the largest markets in the Lagos metropolis although it is claimed, by government officials, to be blighted by criminal activity such as pickpocketing and bag snatching, and it has been decided to demolish the market. The market was razed on January 2016.

3/ Alaba International Market

Alaba international market is an electronics market located in Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is the largest electronics market in Nigeria. Apart from the sales of electronic products, the markets also deals in the repair of home appliances. The market and its wide range of business activities gives opportunities to electronics and electrical engineers who specialized in the repair of faulty home appliances to transact businesses with dealers electronics.The market is opened on a daily basis except on Sundays and public holidays. This daily business transactions and popularity has attracted new investors and electronics dealers across Africa thereby expanding the market size and population with significant effects on the economy of Lagos State.

4/ Jankara Market

Jankara Market in Idumota, Lagos Island, Lagos. One aspect is its long-standing reputation as one of the most popular markets in the megacity, even after around 39 years of existence; offering herbs (agbo), poultry, food items, clothing, craftwork, and other household/common can be found within its coverage on and off Ojo Giwa and Idumagbo Streets.

People believe that it is also a fetishes market where people sell herbs, traditional medicines, juju potions, juju powders, and human parts. This, of course, has led to so many controversies.

5/ Tejuosho/Yaba Market

Tejuosho Market is an ultramodern market located along the Ojuelegba-Itire Road in Yaba, a suburb in Lagos State south-western Nigeria. The market which is divided into two phases (Phase I and Phase II) contains about 2,383 lock-up shops in a sprawling four-storey building and about 1,251 K-clamps units, banking spaces, 14 food court spaces, eight lifts, two escalators connecting the four floors, 600 parking lots and basic facilities like stable electricity and water supply, equipped fire station, two rams to assist the physically challenged and a crèche.

Some years after a fire incident that destroyed most part of the market, the Lagos State Government, Stormberg Engineering Limited, and First Bank of Nigeria in a public-private partnership reconstructed the market into a mega shopping plaza as part of plans to turn Lagos into a “Mega City”.

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