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KFC Reacts to Lagos Airport Drama over staff and Gbenga Daniel’s Son.




KFC has issued a statement in response to the recent incident involving the discrimination against Debola Daniel, the son of former Governor Gbenga Daniel, at one of its outlets in Lagos state. The incident led to the shutdown of the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, by the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN).

In the statement, KFC expressed regret over the frustration experienced by Debola Daniel and his family, reaffirming its stance against bias or discrimination in any form. The company emphasized inclusivity and respect as fundamental values and stated that the recent incident underscored the need for immediate action.

KFC outlined its commitment to addressing the situation, including implementing inclusion training for all employees and exploring actions to better equip team members and restaurants to address the diverse needs of guests. The company acknowledged that the incident was not reflective of its standards and pledged to act swiftly to rectify it.

Furthermore, KFC extended sincere apologies to those affected by the incident and assured that it would take proactive steps to ensure that every guest feels genuinely welcomed and receives empathetic customer service.

Overall, KFC expressed its commitment to fostering an environment of inclusivity and respect within its establishments and vowed to rectify the situation promptly.

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