Check out Nigerians' reactions to the new Alade Mall

Check out Nigerians' reactions to the new Alade Mall

Ever since the popular Alade market got moved from Allen junction in Ikeja, life has not remained the same for the sellers and buyers who love the market.

Check out Nigerians' reactions to the new Alade Mall

The proposed Alade mall.

Apart from the fact that the stall owners lost customers who could not move to the site they were relocated to, the area felt strange without the assorted market. The reconstruction of the mall by the government has been received with a lot of speculations.

There are so many unanswered questions asked by Nigerians who are deeply affected by the innovation. N13bn has been approved and set aside for the construction of the new Alade mall. Many Nigerians took to their twitter pages where they joined the conversation and expressed their views about the new project.

As hilarious as some of their tweets are, it would be preposterous not to mark the undertone and get the message passed in the process. Nigerians are bothered about this construction as they are unsure of the price that the shops will be set for. Changing the name from Alade market to Alade mall is strange to those who patronise the old market.

Knowing the way things are being run in the country, Nigerians are skeptical over what the government hopes to get out of this new project. Check out the way Nigerians are handling the news of the new Alade mall below:

1. The 24-hour mall

2. The new Dubai

3. Could this be true?

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4. Nigerians are in doubt

5. A place of worship?

6. Another Nigerian's view

7. Hahahaha...

8. Nigerians must eat

9. A call back to order

10. Will the stall owners be able to afford a shop in the new one?

11. Being positive

12. The cost of setting up

13. Remember the abokis who change money?

14. Another bitter opinion

15. Well...

16. Another concern

17. And MMM is back in the mix

18. Wehdone sirs

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19. No point and kill please

20. Many Nigerians are anxious

21. They want a helipad too

It is hoped that Nigerians will get the answers to their questions in due time.

Source: Naij.com

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