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Chinese Supermarket in Abuja Faces FCCPC Summons Over Discrimination

The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Council (FCCPC) has summoned a Chinese supermarket located in Abuja.

The supermarket allegedly discriminated against Nigerians by preventing them from shopping there.

Recently, FCCPC officials shut down the supermarket after it faced criticism for denying Nigerians access to its facilities.

Outraged Nigerians also expressed their discontent on social media, condemning the management of the Abuja-based Chinese supermarket.

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The supermarket, situated at the China General Chamber of Commerce along Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Road in the Federal Capital Territory, is renowned for its Chinese cuisine and beverages.

Following the closure, the commission’s enforcement team, led by Director of Surveillance and Enforcement, Boladale Adeyinka, issued a 48-hour ultimatum to the supermarket owner. The owner must report to the FCCPC office, or the facility will remain closed.

Adeyinka also criticized the owner, Cindy Liu Bei for fleeing the premises when FCCPC officials arrived.

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