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Group asks CPC to seek amicable resolution of dispute with Coca-Cola

By on November 3, 2014

Consumer Rights Advocacy Network has called on the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) to act with caution in handling its disagreement with Coca-Cola Nigeria Limited and the Nigerian Bottling Company so as not to send wrong signal to manufacturing companies operating in the country.

The CPC had last week filed a criminal charge against the two companies and their chief executives for allegedly violating some provisions of the Consumer Protection Council Act.

While stressing the need for the interest of the consumers to be protected, the spokesperson of the organization Mr Lolade Bamidele said that there was a need to balance consumers’ interest with that of the manufacturers.


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