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Cola war: Bigi, Pepsi manufacturers meet Senate committee


Cola war: Bigi , Pepsi manufacturers meet Senate committee

The Senate took the decision when representatives of the two soft drinks’ firms appeared before the Committee on Ethics, Privileges and Public Petitions.The meeting lasted two hours, and the two parties were asked to hold a meeting to resolve the conflict among them.

Akinyelure told journalists after the closed session that both parties have been asked to return in two weeks after their peace meeting.“For a company that engages 2000 Nigerians with the other having 5,000 in her employment, it is our wish to see them progress and add more value to the country.

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Why How many crates did they go with? You know this people are like police wether they come or you go to them something must drop What are they fighting for? Bollocks! If the kitchen is too hot, get out. Hahahaha Ndi Ala So what's Nafdac say? I hope they carry along with them, trailer loads of their sugar n water mixed as bribe so that their belle will coman become bigger n bigger like Abike Dabiri vs multichoice per second Billings that ended with so many DSTV dishes in her houses. That was the end of the story 👎👎

I dey laff🤣🤣 Very soon Debate will commence on zobo, toothpick etc. And also debate on how much should tfare be from iyana ipaja to oshodi Instead of them to move national assembly HQ to maiduguri Yeeyee You mean our legislatures are debating this? Perfect competition Let's forces of demand and supply determined your turnover

Jobless Why is Pepsi doing this, love getbigi proudly Nigeria always the best

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