CPC Apprehends eight in Akwa Ibom for re-bagging expired rice
Over eight persons were apprehended by the Consumers Protection Council (CPC) and over 1000 bags of substandard and repackaged rice worth millions of Naira were confiscated from them in Akwa Ibom State.
CPC, subscribers battle Telcos over tariff hike
Consumer Protection Council (CPC) and the National Association of Telecoms Consumers of Nigeria (NATCOMs) have warned telecoms service providers in the country against hiking the tariff of telecoms services.
CPC commends OAU over sexual harassment case
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has commended prompt actions by the management of Obafeme Awolowo University (OAU) in the alleged sexual harassment of one of its female students.
CPC addresses concerns on Unilever’s Blue Band brand
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has explained the controversy surrounding concerns about Blue Band “Spread for Bread” (a product of Unilever Nigeria Plc), saying...
CPC warns Discos to stop arbitrary billing, disconnection of electricity consumers
The Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has warned the nation’s electricity distribution companies (Discos] to stop further arbitrary billing and illegal disconnection of electricity consumers.
CPC, NAFDAC partner to stem food, drugs adulteration
The Director General, Consumer Protection Council (CPC), Babatunde Irukera, and his counterpart at the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control...
No government can flourish without civil society support, says Irukera
Given the important role played by Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), in making government more accountable to the people, the Director-General of the Consumer Protection Council...
CPC to tackle nation’s banks, others on frivolous charges
Nigerians may soon begin to have some reprieve from the plethora of unexplainable charges imposed by banks, telecommunications, and other service providers, as the Consumer Protection Council....