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Top 5 Christmas Gifts For Nigerian Parents Who Need to Chill

Top 5 Christmas gifts for parent

It’s Christmas, the season to shop for presents. And of course, you definitely want to include your parents on the list when you go shopping. But then…when the holiday season comes rolling around, there’s a good chance the parents on your shopping list need just about everything from household items to kitchen gadgets and more.

Thanks to the recession, a lot of Nigerian parents have been wound up tight since the start of the year and would rather benefit from a gift that ensures they catch a break and just chill. We suggest top 5 Christmas gifts for your Nigerian parents who need to chill.

Holiday package from Jumia Travel

A great way to gift your stressed-out parents is to pay for a short relaxation or get away. From special family holiday package in Abeokuta at the Green Legacy Resort to Amazing Beach Holiday at La Campagne Tropicana, Lagos, there are many packages to pick from.

Tickets to Wakaa: The Musical

Music is certainly food for the soul and your parents will definitely benefit from attending all of the music events slated for Christmas this year. A musical like “Wakaa” will be perfect as it will allow them to enjoy music in a calm and serene environment where they don’t have to brush shoulders with juveniles or anyone else really. The Musical which features a 100 man cast will cover 11 shows spanning 5 days at the Shell Hall, Muson Centre, Onikan.

Christmas Brunch at Four Points By Sheraton

It’s Christmas and Four Points By Sheraton is not disappointing as they have so many festive offers your parents can benefit from. One of the offers which would be great to gift your parents is the Christmas day brunch at their Brazzerie restaurant. The brunch which will hold on December 25, 2016 from 12.30pm - 5.00pm will just cost about NGN14, 000 per person.

LG 65" Curved OLED TV 65EG960 from Jumia store

A good way to escape stress and worry is by diving into the make-believe world of TV. And seeing as your parents are probably older, wouldn’t it be great to gift them with a Television set that won’t have then squinting and straining their eyes? We recommend the LG 65" Curved OLED TV 65EG960. Although it will probably leave a dent on your wallet, it would definitely put a smile on your parents’ face.

Barbeque Grill

The perfect way for your parents to relax and chill is by spending time with family friends, and a good way to make that happen is by ensuring they have a barbeque grill at the back of their house for such get-togethers.

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