Osun mall


A yet-to-be-indentified hoodlums have reportedly attacked Osun Mall, located at old Fakunle, Olaiya Osogbo.

The suspected hoodlums were said to have barged into the mall on Saturday after the violent protests at Olaiya junction.

The incident according to the eyewitness account occurred around 6:50pm.

It was gathered that the suspected hoodlums vandalized Femtech and many other shops, carted away phone, laptops and other valuables.

Source: Naijaparry.com.ng

A young man has been caught red-handed on camera stealing an expensive phone, Xaomi from a shop in Osun mall, Osogbo, Naijaparry reports.

A video has shown the moment a young man was caught on camera stealing from a shop in Osogbo.

The unidentified man reportedly committed the offence on 25th March, 2020.

In the video, the unnamed man is seen standing beside another man apparently making inquiries from a shop attendant who is out of sight in the footage.

While still talking with the shop attendant, he is seen stretching out his hand and grabbing the phone from a shelf to his right.

Seeing that he has not been noticed, he quickly ramped the phone inside his paper and then went back to acting normal like nothing happened.

Shortly after he walks out of the door.

The incident happened at the Osun mall in Osogbo. The shop owners released the footage urging the public to help in identifying the young man.

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Residents of Osun State have stormed the newly built Osun Mall to buy items of their choice.

This development was sequel to the opening of the Mall recently for business and provision of services.

The visibly excited residents trooped out in their number to the mall which is located at old Fakunle Comprehensive High School, Olaiya area of Osogbo, the Osun State Capital, and also seized the opportunity to savour the surroundings of the mall.

Naijaparry gathered that the mall is divided into sections where services like hairdressing, manicure and pedicure are offered.

Also, there is a supermarket section that houses varying goods and items.

In a chat with a resident of Osogbo, the state capital at the Mall, Abeeb Aderele, he described Osun Mall long overdue business outfit in the state.

According to Aderele, the Mall would boost the economy of the state and its standard.

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Part of the effort of Osun State government to create an enabling environment for many business owners to establish and grow in Osun is gradually becoming a reality.

Osun Shopping Mall is one of many development that is coming to the state.

The Mall is located at old fakunle, Olaiya area of Osogbo, the Osun Stste Capital.

OsunReporters News gathered from unofficial source that, the Mall is ready for commissioning next week.

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