Iddi Yire, GNA
Accra, Sept. 3, GNA
– Shop N Save Supermarket, one of the leading supermarket companies in Ghana,
has inaugurated its newest branch at Adjiringanor in Accra.
This brings to four
the number of Shop N Save Supermarket branches; with the others being sited at
Apremedo in Takoradi, Adenta and along the Spintex Road towards Sakumono both
Branch offers a very good selection of the leading brands of packaged
goods, frozen goods, groceries, fruits,
local grains, electrical home appliances and a very-wide range of wines.
Mr Michael Edward
Chambers, the Managing Director, Shop N Save Supermarket, said they were a
community based supermarket and would continue to ensure that the shops were
within walking distances within communities.
He said their
purpose was to bring their customers remarkable shopping experiences and in
doing so, they would bring the market to the shop.
Director announced that new branches would soon be opened in Kumasi, Tamale and
other cities; adding that within the next two months the Shop N Save Loyalty
Card would be launched for their loyal customers and this would help them shop
and save more money.
Reverend Dr Stephen
Wengam, the Lead Pastor of the Cedar Mountain Assemblies of God Church, East
Legon, in Accra, who was the guest speaker, said he was glad that Ghana was now
opening up gradually for supermarkets.
He urged the management
of Save N Shop Supermarket to maintain high standards in their service delivery
to the public.
Rev Dr Wengam, who
is also the Chairman of the Ghana Prisons Council, appealed to Ghanaians to
eschew violence and to ensure peace before, during and after the December 7
He said the prison
conditions in the country was next to hell and cautioned Ghanaians against
causing any violence as this could land them in prison.