(CPC officials raid Multichoice office in Lagos) On Thursday, October 15, 2015, officials of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) raided the head office of pay-TV service provider, MultiChoice in Lagos.
The Consumer Protection Council says the raid is part of its ongoing investigation into the operations of the Digital Satellite Television The post Nigeria’s Consumer protection agency raids Multichoice office in Lagos appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Wednesday, September 16, Lagos– TECNO Mobile launched its premium flagship smart phone, TECNO PHANTOM 5. In a move seen to bolster the phone maker’s push into premium mobile segment, TECNO PHANTOM 5 boasts top-of-the-line features such as 3GB RAM, fingerprint Touch ID and full metal body casing. Speaking
The Consumer Protection Council, CPC, on Monday announced commencement of investigative sitting into the operations of MultiChoice Nigeria through its Digital Satellite Television. The council said the probe became necessary based on alleged consumer rights violation against the pay-television firm. The council disclosed that a four-man team led by MultiChoice’s
Daniels Ekugo The Consumer Protection Council, CPC, has issued a seven-day ultimatum to franchise holders of four top world car brands in Nigeria to provide information on the status of their vehicles in relation to faulty front passenger airbag inflators.
Nigeria’s Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has commenced investigation into allegations of subscribers’ rights abuses by South African pay TV operator, DStv. Nigeria’s Thisday reports that the investigation was necessitated by the series of complaints levied against DStv by subscribers which indicated a wide-range abuse of their rights.