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Crackdown on Hoarding: Sahad Store Sealed Off in Abuja

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In a swift response to President Bola Tinubu’s commitment to tackling the root causes of the food crisis, the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) has taken decisive action. Breaking news reveals the closure of Sahad Store, a prominent supermarket in Abuja’s Garki district, as part of the crackdown on hoarding and price fixing.

The move comes just twenty-four hours after President Tinubu’s announcement, signaling the government’s dedication to addressing the challenges contributing to rising commodity prices.

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The FCCPC’s implementation of the crackdown was spearheaded by Adamu Ahmed Abdullahi, the Acting Executive Vice Chairman, who led the closure of Sahad Store. Allegations against the supermarket management include misleading customers by applying prices different from those indicated on the shelves.

This proactive measure is a significant step in the government’s efforts to ensure fair pricing and eliminate practices that contribute to the current food crisis.

 

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