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Four Revelations Unmasked About Abuja Chinese Supermarket That Bars Nigerians



Nigerians woke up on Sunday to a surprising discovery: a Chinese Supermarket in Abuja exclusively allowing entry to Chinese citizens, barring Nigerians.

As anticipated, netizens expressed outrage over the discriminatory policy enforced by the Chinese Supermarket in Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja.

The supermarket, located within the expansive building of the China General Chamber of Commerce along Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Expressway, known as Airport Road, is renowned for offering Chinese cuisine and beverages.

After the discovery and subsequent outcry, the establishment has been closed. Here are four peculiar aspects of the supermarket:

1. The supermarket is inconspicuously housed in a building that resembles a residential house, lacking any signage or banners to indicate its commercial nature.

2. Although the supermarket has Nigerians as workers, it’s bizarre that their fellow Nigerians were prohibited from patronising the facility as customers.

3. Initially, Nigerians had access to the supermarket, but since January 2024, they have been barred from entry without any explanation provided.

4. Despite numerous complaints in the past, both the supermarket’s management and the Nigerian government had remained silent on the strange policy on Nigerian soil.

5. The policy of the Chinese Supermarket bears resonance with what many Nigerians see as the discrimination against Nigerians by some Chinese companies within in some parts of Nigeria.

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