Nigerian government closes Chinese Restaurant in Lagos

Nigerian government closes Chinese Restaurant in Lagos who fails to serve and attend to

Nigerian citizens and customers.

Initially, Coronavirus affects many part of the world and was it causes a lot of problem for

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In a statement, FCCPC says they need to close down the Chinese restaurant because it is

against Nigeria act. Also, the code of conduct needs to be followed.

FCCPC is an acronym for Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission.

FCCPC is an agency under the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (FMITI).

The restaurant which is located around Lagos axis of Victoria Island which come

by the name “Haufei Restaurant”

Firstly, here is the official statement the agency releases.

Today, FCCPC closed Haufei Restaurant & Mall 33 Aboyade Cole, VI based on credible intel

& surveillance that the biz declines service to Nigerians. Staff of the biz admitted this is the

policy & our operatives experienced same. Both now closed for further regulatory action.

It is normal for people to react to this kind of action, positive or negative.

Secondly, the reactions make the people of Nigeria to be happy in this kind of situation

where Coronavirus makes people to be afraid.

Here are some of the reactions by Nigerians.

“But wait o, is it not better to be bounced at a Chinese Restaurant than to be poisoned there”

“If you force them to start serving blacks, what happens when they start poisoning our

foods? Those type of poisons that take effect after 2 to 3 days…”

“Just thinking out loud.”

Moreover, there are other reactions by citizens of Nigeria.

Here is also a valid comment

“When I heard of similar practices as this about a year or so ago by another outfit, we did

our own investigation and found otherwise”

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