FCCPC Takes Action Against Discrimination: Abuja Chinese Supermarket Sealed

FCCPC Takes Action Against Discrimination: Abuja Chinese Supermarket Sealed

by Chidera Perpetual


In a move to combat discrimination against Nigerians, the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) has taken decisive action by sealing a Chinese supermarket situated within the China General Chamber of Commerce in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

The FCCPC officials conducted an operation on Monday, resulting in the closure of the supermarket. This action was prompted by the interrogation of Nigerian employees at the establishment, which raised concerns about discriminatory practices.

The crackdown signifies a firm stance against any form of discrimination within commercial establishments operating in Nigeria. It underscores the commitment of regulatory bodies to uphold the rights and dignity of Nigerian citizens, irrespective of their nationality and ethnicity .

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Furthermore, the FCCPC’s swift response demonstrates the government’s determination to enforce regulations aimed at promoting equality and inclusivity in the marketplace. Such actions are crucial in fostering a conducive environment for business growth and ensuring that all individuals are treated with fairness and respect.


As citizens, it is essential to remain vigilant and report any instances of discrimination encountered in commercial establishments. By working together with regulatory agencies like the FCCPC, we can collectively contribute to creating a society where discrimination has no place and where everyone has equal opportunities to thrive.

Let this serve as a reminder to all businesses: discrimination is not just unethical—it’s also unlawful. Let’s strive to build a nation where diversity is celebrated, and everyone is valued for their contributions, regardless of their background.

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