NAFDAC Shuts Down Pinnacle Supermarket, Ibadan For Selling Counterfeit Goods

Date: 13-04-2024 9:41 am (1 month ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has taken decisive action by sealing Pinnacle Supermarket in the Dugbe area of Ibadan, following allegations of selling counterfeit products.

A confidential source within NAFDAC revealed to the Daily Post that the agency’s enforcement unit executed the closure on Friday. The decision to seal the premises came after the supermarket’s owner reportedly ignored an official summons from the agency, failing to address the concerns raised.

The incident highlights NAFDAC's ongoing efforts to clamp down on the distribution and sale of fake products, which pose significant risks to consumer safety and health. The agency is expected to release a detailed statement by Monday, shedding further light on the case and outlining the findings that led to the supermarket’s shutdown.

The local community and shoppers have been urged to remain vigilant and report any suspicious or potentially harmful products, as regulatory bodies continue to enforce strict compliance with national standards for consumer goods.


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