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Chairman of the council of traditional rulers in Mbaise, Imo State, HRH Eze Leo Nwokocha, has advocated for the support of communities and locals in stemming the influx of fake and counterfeit products in the country, saying the activities of the counterfeiters can be curbed if rather than patronize them, communities report those engaged in it to the police when identified.

He made the call when receiving the Eagle Schnapps’ delegation in his palace in Umunneato, Oboh Mbaise. He added that Mbaise people are social and cultural people who enjoy Schnapps but the activities of the counterfeiters have put everyone, both producers and consumers, at risk.

Head Marketing at Intercontinental Distillers Limited (IDL), Mobolaji Alalade, who led the delegation, thanked the monarch and pledged the support of the brand to Mbaise cultural activities. He said Eagle Schnapps remained committed to promoting culture and tradition and Mbaise’s rich cultural heritage presents a veritable opportunity.The visit reached a climax as traditional rulers present offered prayers and poured libations for the peace and prosperity of Mbaise and Nigeria at large.


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