Chioma Egodi, the renowned Nagiko Tomato Paste reviewer, has issued a formal apology to Erisco Foods Limited following a dispute over her previous Facebook post.
Erisco Foods, the manufacturer of Nagiko Tomato Paste, had previously threatened legal action against Chioma Egodi if she failed to publicly apologize for her critical review of their product. However, in a surprising turn of events, Chioma has now extended an olive branch with a written apology.
In her statement, Chioma expressed her sincerest regrets for the misleading information she shared about Nagiko Tomato Paste. She openly acknowledged her mistake and admitted to spreading false information. She further emphasized her commitment to rectify her actions and promised to retract her earlier posts on the matter without any coercion.
Chioma Egodi concluded her apology by expressing her remorse for any harm caused to Erisco Foods, its customers, and the general public. The apology signifies a potential resolution to the dispute between the reviewer and the company.
The public awaits Erisco Foods’ response to this unexpected apology from Chioma Egodi, with hopes of an amicable resolution to the controversy surrounding Nagiko Tomato Paste.
Below is the text of apology:
I sincerely wish to apologize to Erisco Foods Limited on the post I made on Facebook about their product Nagiko Tomotoes mix.
I am truly sorry Sir. I am sorry for the lies concerning the product. I am truly sorry Sir.
I regret my actions and wish to be forgiven.
I pledge that this type of bad behaviour will never happen again.
I undertake to retract all my earlier post on this matter immediately, this is without compulsion.
I will do anything within my power to rectify all the things I did wrong concerning this matter.
Once again I’m very sorry for the damage done to the company, it’s costumers and the general public.
Thank you Sir.