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FCCPC SEALS OFF A FOREIGN OWNED SUPERMARKET, FOR SALE OF SUBSTANDARD PRODUCTS       

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FCCPC SEALS OFF A FOREIGN OWNED SUPERMARKET, FOR SALE OF SUBSTANDARD PRODUCTS                                                                                                                                  19-04-24
By Sadiq Aminu                                                                FCCPC seals off a foreign owed supermarket, for sale of substandard products
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) has sealed off a foreign owned supermarket at Wuse 2 for obnoxious practices, information concealing and sale of substandard bags of rice.

At the sealing , the Acting Executive Vice Chairman of Commission, Dr Adamu Abdullahi, who described the situation as unacceptable said the supermarket also stock piled Stallion and Cap rice that Stallion Group, the producers of the product had been comatose for a long time.

He said the supermarket was engaging suppliers who were re-bagging the Stallion rice.

Abdullahi said the sealing was in continuation of the Commission’s efforts toward ensuring that prices in the market reflected what was displayed.

He said the move was also targeted at crashing the prices of goods in the country.

Dr. Abdullahi said the Commission would commence enforcement in the open markets to meet with different products association to discourage price fixing and cartels.

The Director, Surveillance and Investigation of FCCPC,Ms Boladale Adeyinka who led the enforcement said that bags of rice evacuated by the Commission from the supermarket were weevils infested.

She said that necessary actions would be taken to ensure that consumers got value for their monies.

The General Manager of the supermarket, Alhaji Yunusa Yusuf said the supermarket would not take absolute responsibility for the substandard rice as it would provide necessary details of their rice supplies to the FCCPC for further investigations.

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