Alleged Sale of Fake Products Leads NAFDAC to Shut Popular Ibadan Supermarket

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Pinnacle, a well-known grocery and cosmetics store in Ibadan’s Dugbe district, was raided by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control (NAFDAC) due to the sale of counterfeit goods.

With the entrance gate closed and a sign directing visitors to the branch at Challenge, the formerly bustling supermarket had become a mere shell of its former glory.

The supermarket’s management justified the shutdown by stating that technical concerns were to blame.

According to an anonymous insider, the issue began on Tuesday, 2nd April, 2024, when a team from NAFDAC invaded the mall in an effort to prevent people from entering the store by physically closing it.

According to the source, “the NAFDAC team came inside the mall and told us to close,” despite the fact that many people were already inside the mall and eager to shop. However, when a technical difficulty arose, they were all disappointed and left.

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