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Friday, 15 August 2014

Photos: Fashola commissions newly built Tejuosho market

Lagos state Governor, Raji Fashola today August 15th commissioned the newly refurbished Tejuosho market in Yaba Lagos, 7 years after the old market structure was completely gutted by fire.
The refurbished market, which used to have 1,484 lockup, has been increased to 2,640. Facilities in the new market complex includes banking spaces, 8 lifts to enable goods, services and people move up, two escalators for up and down movement of people, two ramps designed to assist physically handicapped people to get into and out of the building and a crèche where nursing mothers can attend to and keep their children while they are trading.

There is also a dedicated Fire Service Station within the complex with fire fighting systems built in the market to forestall any incident of fire disaster as well as a dedicated 800-vehicle capacity car-park unit. See more photos after the cut...


94 comments:

Idijuwon omo-Ibadan said...

And as usual u've shared it among urselves,thieving bastards!

Chinonye Sarah said...

WOW!!!! Fashola carry go! Eko o ni baje Ooº°˚ ˚°ºooO #wondering what it will be like to have a "president fashola" tho#

Ceeflo said...

Beautiful market...this man is a "one man squad"..a walking tornado...!

Highly-Favoured said...

Good governor.

Highly-Favoured said...

Good governor.

Bishop Dammy said...

Good Job! Weldone sir..More wisdom to lead in jesus name 2tim 2:1-2. BishopDammy#

Anonymous said...

Make them try maintain am sha

APPLE said...

Tinubu the wizard will soon buy the whole shops.

Anonymous said...

lovely

Anonymous said...

lovely

Fake Butts That Don't Fool Anymore said...

I LOVE THIS VISSION

May O said...

God bless naija...God bless Lagos...fashola is blessed!

kelvin happiness said...

Ok dahs if I'll ever visit it..#team I shop in dubai

Anonymous said...

God bless you sir!!

Ijeoma said...

Kudos to Fashola, more power to ur elbow.

Anonymous said...

God bless you sir!!

MACBOOK said...

That's good to hear it's now about the prices am hearing for the shops

Anonymous said...

Good but how many of the previous stall owners can afford these shops now? Still about the rich getting richer. Crèche for whose children?

ella john said...

I love this man

chidera robert said...

Doing it big in lasgidi

Anonymous said...

EBOLA O!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SEE THEM STILL CLUSTERING THERE!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Fashola 4 President! Jona out, Fash in!

Queen reign said...

Wow, nice one, I love this man...

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NWIGWE VICTOR ANAYO said...

Very good one .... So Nigerians Let's learn to appreciate good wrk.

Anonymous said...

My dear give Ur self brain fashola Ne his kinds does not like us d igbos he is so fake I know him too well God forbid a partial president like him pretender.

Anonymous said...

They have all been shared among themselves. A shop goes for 25 million naira. How on earth will those selling tomatoes, pepper or second hand clothes afford them. Messed up government that cares less for the poor. Nigerians should take up arms and begin to kill our leaders, They deserve to die painfully. #THE DARK MENTOR

Anonymous said...

My aunt and 3 of her friends got fair allocations and they knew nobody. U just open ur mouth and allow the foolishness of ur brain to jump out!

Shoutozone said...

Fashola is working!

Anonymous said...

Nigerians are so full of negativity, even a development as this is a bad thing to you, what do u want? Na wah

zibaintl said...

dats wat dey are supose to do.....but weldone...d next question is...will d poor traders have a space dere? or d rich /politicians who dont hv need of it will acqiure dem n rent it out to d traders,,hence increasing d cost of goods..

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Anonymous said...

the shop is out of reach of ordinary man like me, i have gone to get one inspite of having about 3million naira but i couldnt have shop there, they are all criminals

Anonymous said...

Funny how d new iyaloja's conspicously absent.Fash'ole' who's fooling who??

Marshall Matters said...

lol... una don forget say shekau and his fellow attention seekers dey read news abii.... libers please don't go there until naija calm ooo... God forbid bad thing sha.. #just saying

Anonymous said...

Lwkmd! No be small thing! I wonder how that man sleeps at night with all his money? And his people suffer like dat? Smh! Still he can't get a good dental treatment, especially,whitening. Smh. This is my opinion! Write yours,instead of cursing me out sha.

Anonymous said...

The price are vry expensive but my mum just bought a shop there

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Gud one though no doubt....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Anonymous said...

only to maintain other country have it even this small Malaysia.

Anonymous said...

If all past leaders where like Gov Fashola Nigeria will be paradise today, God almighty be with you sir.

Attah Andrew Attah said...

Abeg Lagos State make una lend us Fashola .. So make him govern benue for jus one year. Well done sir.

Anonymous said...

Wow this is what we want in dis country. Wish all these self centered governors with emulate.


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Anonymous said...

Talikanias can never rent d shop becos fashola have sell everytin 2 in's peopel

Anonymous said...

FASHOLA is an Angel but in six months time that mall will look like a dump.

Anonymous said...

How much is 1 shop, or its for free ni?

kween Hadassah said...

Good job fashola

Anonymous said...

@kelvin happiness you are just a goat, if u like shop in congo , the dubai na ur papa country ? or what do u buy there fake and low products..mugu u shop in dubai them ask u ...u better arrange urslf proper ,b4 dem landaver ur head .

Anonymous said...

Soon ke? Them don buy the entire shop to resell

Cagey Berry said...

Go President Fashola! I live in the future. The truth still remains that this man truly rocks!

Sue said...

At N7million for the cheapest shop abi, when ur plan was to drive the real traders and enrich urselves abi? what happened to the several displaced traders there before, oh almost all d shops are sold out, bought by u know them.... elitist governor, just do and gerrout

Anonymous said...

Its so sad anyways. Our Govt have really failed us. See the quality of a standard shopping mall. No central AC, small walk way and access. You guys need to go out there and see some nice malls i'e The Gallaria in houston, Dubail malls, malls in the UK etc

kaycee said...

Seems fashola and akpabio are the two best Governo so far. Others are actually busy doing nothing.

hilary obiorah said...

Action Man, working man. This is what Nigeria needs not talkatives and docile mofos

Anonymous said...

Fashola for President 2015

Anonymous said...

Is there air condition in the building. Or is this another hot ass coven for people to come and collapse. If this building is not air conditioned then na witches built it.

Obalende CMS said...

well done BRF this is how is been done overseas

Anonymous said...

Ur excellency for ur blessings to be full and complete give the opportunity to own the shop's first to all those original traders who where initially displaced by the fire incidence that neccessitated the rebuilding by government! and if one person cannot afford a big shop space let 2 or 3 people come together and contribute money to get back the shop and make sure the paper work is much o and by paper work i mean forms that they will fill,don't let the forms be much and cumbersome as if they are writing ICAN EXAMS o as u know some of these business shop owners didn't go to school that much and afterall they're not buying land at Banana island!
Finally! U greedy rich nigerians take ur eyes away from those shops o b'cus it's now ur criminal minds will be calculating howmuch gain u can make by buying 50 shop's at once and then lock it up for 3months to create artificial scarcity and then u will begin sub-letting it an exorbitant and next breaking prices whereby the same common original people it was built for will not be able to afford it. #Wicked nigerian rich men this is an opportunity for u to use ur wealth wisely by giving loan to those that wanna rent so they can make their business, prosper and multiple and u would have touched lives in tremendious ways! .
(9ijaborn yankeebased)

Rita Usman said...

Good job fash

Anonymous said...

Why did it take 7 years

seun said...

You all are fools....these shops were financed by first bank and honestly a common trader cannot even own a shop.....they bought themselves and will start reselling....



they are all thieves....if you doubt it then contact any firstbank staff that knows the deal and he will tell you the truth

seun said...

You all are fools....these shops were financed by first bank and honestly a common trader cannot even own a shop.....they bought themselves and will start reselling....



they are all thieves....if you doubt it then contact any firstbank staff that knows the deal and he will tell you the truth

seun said...

You all are fools....these shops were financed by first bank and honestly a common trader cannot even own a shop.....they bought themselves and will start reselling....



they are all thieves....if you doubt it then contact any firstbank staff that knows the deal and he will tell you the truth

seun said...

You all are fools....these shops were financed by first bank and honestly a common trader cannot even own a shop.....they bought themselves and will start reselling....



they are all thieves....if you doubt it then contact any firstbank staff that knows the deal and he will tell you the truth

olu midy said...

Rich stuffs for rich folks. ..
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Anonymous said...

I notice all the Lagos born igbos , male n females are the nicest people ever, but the village ones r bunch of ignorant racist who hate Yoruba people. Even the educated village igbos r ignorant on racial matters, we r not your enemy , we love Igbo people in Lagos. Eko oni baje o

Anonymous said...

Linda, it is newly built and not "newly refurbished. I guess that must have been what the press release / statement contains and you couldn't attempt to put it right. But then I love the creche facility. Another addition to Jagaban's collections! Eko Oni Baje O!

Patience Enobakhare said...

He really spends money on dat market but is not for poor man shal o.

Anonymous said...

Can people stop exaggerating prices in crying out loud,we need to appreciate ourselves sometimes,even in d so western world they appreciate even d smallest things they get,I sure have a store there and its not that bad

Anonymous said...

Good things are not cheap even abroad u will either choose to be in d mall or outside of it so far u can pay taxes levied for u as a brand store in d mall

Anonymous said...

Upgrade!

Anonymous said...

Lovely, this should be replicated all through Lagos. It's time we live in civilisation. Kudos! Now I feel like shopping, but I hope touts and roads n traffic n dirts would be looked into as well. Let Lagos be like Abuja!

Idijuwon omo-Ibadan said...

Anon 9:57pm,I doubt ur aunt n her friends'd tell u how many dicks they'd 2 suck n fuck 2 get their shops.Now run along stupid child.

Anonymous said...

Own a shop for 25yrs @ affordable price @d TEJUOSHO shopping complex yaba Lagos/an opportunity 4 investors#07037924143 or come to our marketing office and ask of Friday

Anonymous said...

Well done BRF. With more of your kind, Nigeria will be a better place.

Prince Emeka Anyaogu said...

People just sit in their house and say what. They don't know. Have you gone there to make inquiry? You can even get a mortgage load to buy a shop there. A shop is not 25m, go and make inquiries. Those who said that Fashola hate Igbos don't know what they are saying, because he chase you away from hot sun at rail way and try to put you in a conducive environment. My brother wake. Up and. Think big

Anonymous said...

Waste of money on what can not be maintained, the same way he his sand filling the beach, ilu binrin etc, Nigerians please wake up from ur slumber we all like good things but so many things has to be put in place before surface beautification.
Check out the entrance/surrounding that lead to this beautiful mall its an eyesore, there are so many abandoned building on island that need to be renovated for the betterment of the masses all what our leaders are interested in are the one that will benefit them....Fashola will be the landlord of this mall after his tenure

Nelson B said...

@Anonymous 1:50 AM This is not a mall, this is a market. He tried, I just hope there are air conditioners there and I hope they'll be able to maintain the building.

Anonymous said...

Mumu this is a mall and not a market. Do u have thus kind of market in ur village? U don't even know d difference between a mall and a market, smh

Nelson B said...

If Fashola does not like Igbos, then it means I also do not like Igbos because, If I was the Governor of the smallest state in Nigeria which happens to have the largest population, I'll try to reduce the population by deporting destitutes that have no business or family in Lagos and sorry to say but majority of these destitutes are from the east. What else do you want the man to do, he has apologized and tried to explain the issue but unfortunately Igbos have these believe that people hate them so they use it to justify Tribalism or Separatism. I'm Yoruba and I grew up with Igbos. There's no difference between us except our language and culture. Hausas/Fulani's are even very rear in the schools I went to if at all there were up to 1 out of 600+ students

Anonymous said...

Fashola is a great man, but the negativity in you haters would never make you or any members of your miserable families great. I though everyone would love this beautiful project.

Kudos, Gov Fashola.

Anonymous said...

If you don't like Fashola go back to your erosion-ravaged villages in the East. Ingrates!

Anonymous said...

Tinubu will die one day, but Lagos will exist forever. Stop seeing negativity in everything. It'll make your life miserable.

Anonymous said...

Did any of them complain to you? Business is not charity. If you can't afford it got to Ikorodu or Mowe.

Anonymous said...

So you want to sell pepper and tomatoes in this beautiful mall? I think Jonathan's stupidity has infected most Nigerians' brains.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. Let the morons keep complaining. That project was financed by banks and they want it to sell for N50,000.

Anonymous said...

That is your wish but it wont happen. The negativity in Nigerians is baffling.

Anonymous said...

Ibo man must boast, na normal thing. Sorry to the few humble ones out there.

Anonymous said...

The space is limited, hence the relatively narrow walkway. It's manageable if the shop owners don't display their wares outside. For AC, it's the responsibility of shop owners to fix that. It's a market, not a shopping mall in the real sense of it.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. Nigerians are negative people. That's why their country can never be great.

Anonymous said...

God bless you, bro. I wish their governors are doing quarter of what Fashola is doing.

Anonymous said...

Where does one start with a negative and very dumb person like you? You know what, you do not fit in a city. Just pack your bags and go to the village.

Idijuwon omo-Ibadan said...

@anon 7:23am,u and ur entire family're so disenfranchised that greatness 2 u lot comes in a lunch pack hence why u shall forever remain anonymous!

Anonymous said...

When translated, your name sounds like that of a prostitute advertising her ware. I don't know of any prostitute who is great though. I may be anonymous on LIB, but def not in real life.

Anonymous said...

wow... so the gov gets the kudos? what about the architects, the M&E guys? the project managers?

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