Justrite Superstore Despite Vandals’ Attack Stands With Nigeria

Justrite Superstore, a merchandising outfit involved in commodity trading has openly come out to say they stand with Nigeria despite the fact that they have also had a fair share of the attacks by hoodlums in some of their stores in Lagos and Osun state.

”Our Bariga store was attacked and vandalized by looters on Wednesday, Octoer 21, 2020 in the midst of the general breakdown of law and order in Lagos State. Our other Stores at Ikorodu and Iju (Lagos neighbourhoods) and Osogbo (Osun State capital) were also threatened by arsonists. These should be worrisome development to any business.

However, as a company, our bigger concerns are with our great nation (Nigeria) and Nigerians’ well being. Our faith in Nigeria and optimism about her future are unshaken. It is therefore our hope and aspiration that there would be a peaceful resolution to all issues in contention and our dear Nigeria will resume its journey towards greatness.

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We are immensely grateful to all our numerous customers and other stakeholders for your kind messages and love. Be assured that we would do our best to ensure that our commitments to you are not affected negatively.

We mourn with the nation and all affected families for their loss and injuries. Our brand has always been a proud supporter of communal progress and in fact will continue to be” A statement by the organization reads.

This statement was released after they came out to say that their superstore is neither owned by the Tinubu or the Obasanjo dynasty, shortly after the vandalizaation of The Toll plaza and parts of Oriental hotel

”we would like to address the wrong information doing the rounds that Justrite Superstore is owned by the Tinubus or the Obasanjos. We expressly deny any linkage with any politician or public officers. Justrite Superstore is owned by Mr Ayodele Aderinwale, a hardworking and patriotic Nigerian”

They revealed that their Organization majorly consists of young Nigerians working for them, and they have also been been harrassed by the police force, and they hope an end is brought to this misabnormalties of the force to enable their staff work efficiently without fear or abuse.

”We fully support the #EndSars movement and the call to #EndPoliceBrutalityInNigeria. The youth comprises a huge part of our workforce and many of them have also experienced police profiling, harassment and brutality.

We share the desire for them and other youths to be able to work freely, without fear or abuse. We mourn with the nation over our fallen youths whose only crime was to express their riights for a better life. May their deaths not be in vain.”

Justrite Superstores also disclosed how relevant they have been to the citizens of Lagos, Ogun and Osun state, stating categorically that the people of those states habe benefitted from them, especially during the Covid-19 lockdown.

”Our brand has always been a proud supporter of continual progress and in fact contributed hugely towards citizens’ support in Lagos, Ogun and Osun States during the Covid-19 lockdown.”

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