A Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday restrained Multichoice Nigeria Limited from going ahead with its recent decision to increase the subscription tariffs for DSTV, its satellite cable television service providers.
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The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, had granted the authority for the Council to initiate the suit under Section 10 and 16 of the Consumer Protection Council Act, Cap c25, LFN 2004.
In his order, the judge, Nnamdi Dimgba, said the interim injunction restrains Multichoice Nigeria or its agents and representatives from continuing the implementation of any increase in subscription rates or price review policy imposing increased charges and costs on the consumers pending the determination of the motion on notice.
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Besides, the court also restrained DSTV from further carrying on or continuing any conduct or activity which interferes with or has the effect of circumventing the outcome of ongoing investigations by the CPC into the companyâ€™s compliance or non-compliance with the February 16, 2016 order pending the determination of the motion on notice.
Source: NexTV Africa