FG seals off popular supermarket for hoarding, high price

The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, (FCCPC), has sealed Sahad Store, a popular supermarket in the Garki area of Abuja.

The management of the supermarket was accused of shortchanging customers by charging prices other than the price tag on the shelves.

The development came on the heels of President Tinubu unveiling plans to tackle food hoarding and crisis.

The enforcement was led by FCCPC Acting Executive Vice Chairman, Adamu Ahmed Abdullahi.

Abdullahi told journalists on the sidelines of the event that the commission’s preliminary investigation confirmed that the management of the supermarket was short-changing customers.

He said the store would remain sealed until the completion of the further investigation.

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