The Chief Executive Officer, Grocery Bazaar, GB, Mr. Samuel Ejeh has said that the company is committed to phasing out substandard goods in the Nigerian market with the provision of quality products.
Mr. Ejeh said this while unveiling a new outlet of the company in Satellite Town, making it the fourth in Lagos Metropolis.
Speaking during the launching, Ejeh, said the outlet would continue to do what it’s known for, which is product quality as well as value.
He said that, “priority on products’ quality has been our driving force for the past six years in ensuring that Nigerians get the best at all times.”
“We have devised a strategy to only sell the best brands in a particular genre of products, unlike our competitors who stock brands without observing what they offer.”
Speaking on the opportunity that Satellite Town offers the outlet, he said: “Our opportunity lies in the fact that no other big hypermarket as ours is within the vicinity. Hence, customers do not have to leave their vicinity to purchase products due to our presence in the area.”
Also speaking at the launch, the Chief Superintendent of Police, CSP, and the Divisional Police Officer, DPO, of Satellite town, Mr. Emmanuel Onah, commended GB company for focusing on providing quality products to customers. He however said he would keep ensuring adequate security of the town as security is precondition for development.
Present at the launch were the Chairman of Satellite resident association, Engr. Femi Olubiyi and other executives of the association.