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FG reopens Abuja supermarket shut down over alleged inaccurate pricing information

The Federal government has reopened the Abuja store sealed off on Friday, February 16, over alleged inaccurate pricing of their goods and services.  In a statement released by the acting Executive Vice Chairman of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Adamu Abdullahi on Saturday, February 17, Abdullahi highlighted that the stores have been reopened and are now operational. The statement read, On February 16, 2024, FCCPC operatives visited Sahad Stores and confirmed through random checks that the deceptive practice did not only continue, but cashiers also charged prices at their discretion, leaving unsuspecting customers vulnerable to unfair pricing.Exercising its authority under Section 18(f), the Commission temporarily sealed the premises.However, following a mutual understanding and commitment from Sahad Stores to implement transparent pricing practices, the FCCPC reopened the store on February 16, 2024, at about 7 p.m.The post FG reopens Abuja supermarket shut down over alleged inaccurate pricing information appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog. Click Here to Visit Orignal Source of Article http://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2024/2/fg-reopens-abuja-supermarket-shut-down-over-alleged-inaccurate-pricing-information-2.html

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