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Supermarket Donates Cash, Tools To Schools In Host Communities …In 25th Anniversary

The sum of ten million naira has been presented to the
Rivers State Government for the provision of education materials and facilities
to Primary and Secondary Schools in host communities by the Everyday
Supermarket founder and Chief Executive Office, Dr. Charles Dimnwobi. Making
the presentation at the 5th anniversary of the Supermarket and commissioning of
its fourth outlet called the Eporium Super Centre located at the premise of the
University of Port Harcourt in Choba in Obio Akpor Local Government Area of
River State.

Dr. Dimnwobi said the business can be likened to the
proverbial mustard seed and a miracle that was nurture with hardwork and
diligence into a life of its own.

According to him, the Everyday Supermarket commenced
business in 1994 and has metamorphosed into a respectable brand and leader in
the retail business.

He commended the efforts of the Rivers State for government
providing the online environment for business in the state to thrive explaining
that the opening of the new outlet is a direct result of the support of the
government to investors in the state.

Dimnwobi also expressed appreciation to the Choba community
and the University of Port Harcourt stating that the idea was to provide modern
environment and facilities to support the growth of business in the area.

The fonder stated that with the opening of the Uniport
branch, the staff strength of the Everyday Supermarket has increased to over
500 employees.

Deputy Governor of the state, Dr/Mrs. Ipalobo Henry, who
represented Governor Nyesom Wike at the occasion, commended the Everyday group
for investing in the state, adding that the state government has provided the
conducive environment to encourage investors to the state to thrive.

Also speaking, the Vice Chancellor of the University of Port
Harcourt, Professor Ndowa Lale expressed the support of the institution in
ensuring that businesses around the universities were protected to offer the
needed services to the community.

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