Event Recap: Medplus Opens Its 90th Store in Lekki, Lagos
Medplus, a major pharmaceutical firm, has officially opened its 90th store on Friday, November 4, 2022, located on Adebayo Doherty Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.
Medplus, a major pharmaceutical firm, has officially opened its 90th store to broaden its reach and increase accessibility to wellness goods and services. On Friday, November 4, 2022, the flagship store, located on Adebayo Doherty Street, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, was inaugurated in grand style with workers, customers, influencers, and friends.
The new facility is divided into areas that sell pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, confectioneries, mother care and infant items, nutrition supplements, and other non-drug products. The 24-hour service contributes to Medplus’ inclusive approach to modern healthcare.
Health professionals were on hand to provide wellness checkups, tests, and advice on blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, and heart health. Attendees were given free Hepatitis testing, blood sugar tests, and BMI checks to examine their overall health.
Medplus Brand and Marketing Manager Adedamola Odogiyon, Ife Bakare, Head of Strategy and Innovation, and Ekerete Ntiaidem, Head of Sales and Operations, were among those in attendance at the Medplus 90th store launch. The event also included famous influencers like Lifestyle content producer and Medical Doctor, Akin Faminu, Fitness expert Ekemini Ekerette (Kemen Fitness), and former Big Brother Naija contestant, Bamike Adenibuyan (BAMBAM). Guests were treated to live music, food, beverages, and free consultations.
Medplus is a retail pharmacy organization that distributes and retails locally created and imported pharmaceuticals, wellness, and beauty items, as well as counseling and counseling for consumers by highly-trained pharmacists. The organization was founded in 1993 to provide health goods to Nigerians. It has since expanded into a health and beauty pharmaceutical chain with locations across the country. The organization strives to continually grow across the country to guarantee that its services are freely accessible to everybody.