THE CONSUL GENERAL GODWIN ADAMA’S OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE URBAN ETHNIC MARKET IN BLACKHEATH, JOHANNESBURG

THE CONSUL GENERAL GODWIN ADAMA’S OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE URBAN ETHNIC MARKET IN BLACKHEATH, JOHANNESBURG

The Consul General, His Excellency Godwin Adama, accompanied by Mr. A. O. Ahmed, Minister (Trade & Investment) and Mr. David O. Abraham who is in charge of Information & Culture, visited The Urban Ethnic Market, run by Lovelyn Bassey at Blackheath, Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday, 22 February 2018.

The Consul General was really impressed by the vision for the Supermarket. He also encouraged the management of the Urban Ethnic Market to grow and to expand their scope to other major urban areas in South Africa. The team also showed support by buying various groceries from the Supermarket.

Urban Ethnic Market is a 1-stop African supermarket which caters to various Africans grocery needs.

Urban Ethnic Market is located on 231 Beyers Naude Drive (corner Lewisham Avenue), Blackheath, Johannesburg. Customers can order at the store, via phone, via email, Facebook message or Instagram.

For more information about the Urban Ethnic Market click here to visit their website http://www.urbanethnicmarket.co.za

 

 

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