FCCPC engages 300 artisans over consumer’s complaint


The Federal Competition & Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) has engaged over 300 artisans in a sensitisation exercise in a bid to reduce the number of complaints being recorded daily in Nigeria due to craftsman and consumer conflicts.

Speaking at a one day workshop organised by FCCPC for the artisans in Abuja on Wednesday, the Commissioner for Operations, Dr Adamu Ahmed Abdullahi, stated that there was no proper regulation for artisans in the country, thereby making conflict resolutions between craftspeople and consumers difficult.

“We are looking at the issues of consumer protection, how the consumer will be protected from undue exploitation from handwork people.


Source: Nigerian Tribune