Mall celebrates Children’s Day

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
May 26th, 2014
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Five days after it commissioned a link bridge within its premises, Leisure Mall in Surulere, Lagos, will today join the world to celebrate the annual Children’s Day.

Among dignitaries present at the commissioning of the bridge linking the mall and another, AOS, last Friday were representatives of the Lagos State Property Development Corporation (LSPDC); representatives of the owners of the mall and those of the Adeniran Ogunsanya Shopping Mall, tenants of both malls and customers.

The mall’s Centre Manager, Feyi Shoyinka, had said: “The exciting thing is the obvious pleasant surprise and delight on the faces of the customers who saw it as a brilliant initiative that would seriously improve the ease of shopping within the mall and others.

A shopper, Mrs. Biola Ogunsheye, said: “My family can now buy groceries within AOS Mall and still come into Leisure Mall to sit and watch movies without stress.”

On the Children’s Day celebration, Shoyinka said: “Part of our efforts to cater for specific needs of our diverse customers is our much-anticipated Children’s Day celebration. Here, we are have series of fun-filled activities lined up for the day. Some of these include, but not limited to distribution of free gifts, printing and sharing of tickets with very valuable gifts to be won; bouncing castle for kids, face painting, joyful rides and other activities that are aimed at creating a memorable experience, particularly for the children, all within a safe environment.”

He added that the mission of Leisure Mall is primarily “to create a family entertainment environment where teeming customers can catch fun while feeling secure and well treated. We are fully dedicated to strictly keeping to these standards without wavering or compromising.”

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