NEW LOCATION ! 828 frozen foods Number 34, lord luggard street,by total fillng station and azman filling station
The Frozen foods specialists – 828 frozen foods is a new, frozen food mart Abuja.
A main distributor of ZARTECH products, it has a variety of fresh and frozen foods like chicken, beef , fish, snails prawns etc
One main advantage of using 828 frozen foods is that all the products are competitively priced so you buy at the same price as the out of town markets or sometimes cheaper.
It’s located in the city so you can avoid the hassle of going into a rowdy market.
Make a stop at 828 frozen foods and experience the hygiene and quality products on offer.
You can always arrange to share a butchered cow between 2, 4 or 6 people. (Prior 3 day notice is required for this service)
Frozen crocker/tilapia and live cat fish available both at consumer and wholesale prices.
Various sizes of snails available all year round.
Prawns are regularly available and sold per KG.
Standby 24/7 generator, modern freezing technologies lock in a freshness that means all of your frozen favourites can be cooked straight from the freezer and because the products are frozen at the peak of freshness, they remain in perfect condition until ready for use.
So remember, for all your frozen food needs a well stocked freezer in 828 frozen foods has the answer.
Situated in the middle of town and open from 8am – 8pm for your convenience.
Janice OKOH, 38 year-old daughter of the late Kaliku of Owaland in the ika NorthEast Local Government Area of Delta State, has won this year’s BRUNTWOOD PRIZE with her play, THREE BIRDS, about three siblings left at home alone.
The prize is worth £16,000 for this play which is her second attempt at Playwriting. Her first play was entitled “EGUSI SOUP”. She beat 2,200 other Contestants to win the Bruntwood Prize.
Janice read Law at Keele University and worked with International Law Firms in the City of London before going to do her Masters degree in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. She now teaches English and Literacy Studies at the South London Council of Lewisham.
She lives at home in New Cross, South London with her widowed mother, Chief (Mrs.) Gladys Okoh and her six siblings.
Her late father, Chief Hezekiah Okoh who hailed from Owa Oyibu in Delta State, died in London in 2004.
Janice was interviewed on the BBC Breakfast Television Programme, beamed all over Britain on Wednesday, November 16, 2011, the birthday of Nigeria’s First President, the late Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe.
Speaking with this writer, she advised young Nigerians who wish to succeed in life to find out what they really cared about and keep at it!
Her next challenge, she disclosed, would be to try her hands at writing Scripts and Plays for Television and would even decide to go back to the University to do her Doctorate degree in order to achieve her ambition.
Commonwealth Journalists Association
With the bombing of the UN house in Abuja a few months ago, and the heightened security situation in the country, diplomats and visitors to the city are being advised to avoid the usual hotels frequented by foreigners and Nigeria's elite.
The US embassy this week announced potential targets could include the Nicon Luxury, the Sheraton and the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja's premier hotels. Embassy staff had been told to avoid the venues.
For those who have to visit Abuja, and are wondering , what are the alternatives?
The city has a wide range of hotels below the radar, with various price ranges and very good services.
Some of these hotels are listed below
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