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Firm decries detention of 100 distributors, urges fair probe

By Bertram Nwannekanma
01 February 2022   |   3:06 am
An international e-commerce firm, QNET has decried the detention of more than 100 of its distributors, also known as Independent Representatives (IRs) by authorities in Gombe State.

An international e-commerce firm, QNET has decried the detention of more than 100 of its distributors, also known as Independent Representatives (IRs) by authorities in Gombe State.

The firm reiterated solidarity for its IRs and encouraged the authorities to undertake a fair and just investigation into any wrongdoing.

QNET’s Regional General Manager for sub-Saharan Africa, Biram Fall, in a statement, yesterday underscored the firm’s respect for the rule of law in Nigeria and other countries in which it operates.

On the flipside, should there be conclusive evidence of criminal acts perpetrated by the detained individuals, QNET fully supports the full weight of the law to be applied against them. QNET’s code of conduct forbids any form of scamming, fraud and illegal cross-border movement from one location to another under false pretense or promises of jobs. In which case, any errant IR found to be responsible for perpetrating any of these actions will be immediately terminated.

“QNET is available to cooperate with any relevant state agencies to identify and punish the culprits,” Fall added. He pointed out, QNET is an e-commerce based direct selling company that sells high quality products and services to customers around the globe, and also provides an opportunity to aspiring entrepreneurs to build an e-commerce enabled sales business using its direct selling business opportunity.

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