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ENUGU — The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has advised export stakeholders to always seek proper registration of their products to prevent their rejection. The Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof. Moji Adeyeye, gave the advice on Thursday at a one-day South-East Stakeholders’ Sensitisation on Registration and Guidelines for Export Trade held in Enugu. Adeyeye, represented by the Director, South-East Zonal Office of the agency, Mrs Olajumoke Ojetokun, said that NAFDAC offices...

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ASABA — Commissioner for Works, Rural and Riverine Roads, Mr. Solomon Golley, on Monday urged engineers constructing roads in Delta to refrain from delivering substandard jobs and embrace professionalism.  Golley, gave this advice when the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Asaba chapter, paid him a courtesy visit in his office, in Asaba. The commissioner decried the shoddy job done at the Inter-Bau bridge, in Asaba, and attributed it to carelessness on the part of the...

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ILORIN — The Kwara Coordinator of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), says the agency has sealed 25 water factories for illegal operation and poor quality products in Kwara. A statement, in Ilorin, said the suspects were caught in the act and confessed that they had been operating without NAFDAC registration numbers. The statement said: “the agency had shut down five illegal packaged water manufacturing factories that were operating without...

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YOLA — The National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, (NESREA), has sealed up five production industries in Adamawa state for failure to meet environmental safety standards. The companies include AFCOT, Al-Hamsad Rice Mill Kwanan Waya, Bajabure Industrial Company, Shamad Concept Nigeria Ltd, and Gidan-Gona along Mohammed Mustafa way Jimeta. The agency also issued a warning letter to Triacta Construction Company for it to comply with the law or face stiffer sanctions. NESREA is an...

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LAGOS — The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has urged the federal government to consider a policy aimed at returning substandard goods to countries of origin to boost consumers’ confidence and strengthen international trade. Mallam Farouk Salim, SON’s Director-General, said, at an enforcement exercise on Monday, the policy would address the preponderance of imported fake and substandard goods in the country. Salim noted that an arrangement to return goods with no economic value to countries...

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