FCCPC shuts Abuja Chinese store for rejecting Nigerian shoppers

Onwubuke Melvin
Onwubuke Melvin

The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission has sealed the Abuja-based Chinese supermarket located within the China General Chamber of Commerce in Abuja.

This follows the alleged discrimination against Nigerians on Sunday, according to The Punch.

The FCCPC officials shut down the supermarket when they arrived at the premises of the supermarket on Monday.

After questioning the Nigerian workers at the supermarket, FCCPC officials shut shut down the supermarket.

The acclaimed owner of the supermarket, a Chinese lady, Cindy Liu Bei, had reportedly fled on Monday before the arrival of FCCPC officials.

The supermarket was subsequently shut down by the Commission.

Recall That Ambusiness had reported earlier that the supermarket had placed restrictions on Nigerians from entering to patronise the supermarket.

Nigerians had on social media had expressed their dismay about the discriminatory treatment against Nigerians

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