Free Porn
xbporn
Thursday, July 25, 2024

NAFDAC confiscates N20 million worth of fake products

- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img
- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) said it has confiscated substandard, falsified and banned agrochemicals in Sokoto’s major markets.

Sokoto major markets PHOTO CREDIT @National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=819707760342726&set=pcb.819707920342710

NAFDAC disclosed this on Monday, stating that the goods worth over N20 million were seen around the old market, kara market and central market.

According to the agency, the operation conducted by its Investigation and Enforcement/Federal Task Force on fake drugs and unwholesome processed food led to the arrest of four suspects.

Operation

The agency said during the operation it screened 17 shops, seized cartons of “endocoton super containing banned Paraquat.”

“Paraquat is a highly toxic herbicide that poses significant health risks and environmental hazards,” the statement reads in part.

Beryl TV 450441767_819707997009369_5837530131814857867_n NAFDAC confiscates N20 million worth of fake products Health
Officials during operation PHOTO CREDIT @National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=819707760342726&set=pcb.819707920342710

NAFDAC’s raid resulted in the seizure of 2,096 cartons of SF MOE Soap, 223 cartons of SF Oxxo Purest Soap, and unregistered herbal preparations with pornographic pictorials, posing public health risks.

“The arrested individuals are under investigation, and the confiscated products will be processed according to regulations for substandard and falsified products,” the agency said.



Article Page with Financial Support Promotion

Nigerians need credible journalism. Help us report it.

PREMIUM TIMES delivers fact-based journalism for Nigerians, by Nigerians — and our community of supporters, the readers who donate, make our work possible. Help us bring you and millions of others in-depth, meticulously researched news and information.

It’s essential to acknowledge that news production incurs expenses, and we take pride in never placing our stories behind a prohibitive paywall.

Will you support our newsroom with a modest donation to help maintain our commitment to free, accessible news?



NAFDAC reiterates its ban on Paraquat agrochemicals, pledging rigorous enforcement, and urges the public to report suspicious activities or products to its nearest office.



Support PREMIUM TIMES’ journalism of integrity and credibility

At Premium Times, we firmly believe in the importance of high-quality journalism. Recognizing that not everyone can afford costly news subscriptions, we are dedicated to delivering meticulously researched, fact-checked news that remains freely accessible to all.

Whether you turn to Premium Times for daily updates, in-depth investigations into pressing national issues, or entertaining trending stories, we value your readership.

It’s essential to acknowledge that news production incurs expenses, and we take pride in never placing our stories behind a prohibitive paywall.

Would you consider supporting us with a modest contribution on a monthly basis to help maintain our commitment to free, accessible news? 

Make Contribution




TEXT AD: Call Willie – +2348098788999






Beryl TV pt-magazine-advert NAFDAC confiscates N20 million worth of fake products Health



- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_img
Latest news
- Advertisement -spot_img
Related news
- Advertisement -spot_img

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here