Where You Can Buy Clothing Materials in Aba at a Ridiculously Cheap Price




For those of you that have been asking us where you can buy clothing materials in Aba, Abia State, we have good news for you. Our team has not only compiled the lists of markets in Aba, but we’ve gone the extra mile to include places where these cloths can be bought at a ridiculously cheap price.

Aba, Enyimba city is no doubt the economic nerve-centre of the south-east, and of course, the industrial giant of Nigeria at large. This indeed earned her, The Japan of Africa.

If you are wondering where you can buy clothing materials in Aba at a price that won’t tear your pocket these lists will be a blessing to you.

What You Need to Know Before Buying Clothing Materials in Aba


§  Buying through Ndi oso ahia (market errands) might make the price expensive for you as they will surely add extra cost to it before selling it to you.

§  How much you end up buying whatever you want in any market in Aba is also a function of your negotiating power. You can save a whole lot of cash if you gain mastery in negotiation. Like Donald Trump rightly said, “It’s only a moron that’s too arrogant to bargain.” Please, don’t give the impression that you are one.

§  Be sure you like the cloth before you make payment as some of them frowns at refunding money.

§  Please and please, go with someone that understand Aba slangs. You can actually be thrown off balance if you don’t know the meaning of those slangs.

Okay, let me pause for now and move straight to the main theme of this blog post.

To buy clothing materials in Aba, Enyimba city at a ridiculously cheap price that your friends would think you went to market with a charm, here are places you can get them…

Akwette Market


Akwette market is one of the dynamic markets in Aba where you can buy clothing materials at a cheap price. It’s located opposite Abia State College of Health Sciences and Management Technology and behind Christ the King Cathedral (CKC) Aba.

Akwette market opens every day from Monday to Saturday. Although it’s not a big market, but you can find neat and well-weaved materials there that will be suitable for sewing corporate suits, trousers, and shirts.

Ngwa Road Market (Ahia Ohuru – meaning, New Market)


Ahia Ohuru market is one of the most dynamic markets in the city of Aba. Its location is behind the Enyimba Standium. You can also connect with it from Port-Harcourt road, Ohanku road and, of course, East Street if you are coming from Ogbor Hill. If you are coming from Akwa Ibom, you can go through Emelogu.

There are so many other things sold in this market but based on the context of our post today, we only looked at where you can buy cloths (T-shirt, jeans etc) at a very cheap price.

Surprisingly, it is the same place that most boutique owners come to pick their A-list samples. So instead of buying from them (which is never a bad idea), you get it a price far lower than what they sell it. But here are important facts you need to know.

§  It’s a bend-down-select market

§  It only opens very early in the morning, so by 10 am, you will be meeting retailers

§  You can only get them on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

§  Over 90% of cloths sold there that early morning at a cheap are okirika (OK)

There are still other markets in Aba you can buy your cloths if you couldn’t make it to any of the two we mentioned above. They include, Ariaria International Market and Ekeoha Shopping centre.

Conclusion


If you are new and you want someone who can assist you, call us on 09026042098 and we will send any member of our team that is less busy.

Investing in Aba is one of the best things that will happen to your business. You know, why? The manpower is here, the political stability is here and the spirit of enterprise is also here. Interestingly, the present government has the development of the city at heart.