The Director-General of the agency, Prof Mojisola Adeyeye disclosed this Monday in Abuja at a media briefing. The session was to showcase the achievements recorded by the agency in the area of food and drug administration.
The caution was contained in an alert with No. 049/2022, signed by NAFDAC’s Director-General, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye.
The defendants: James Eze, 24; Ifeanyi Peter, 24; Uwaje Osakwe, 39; Nnamdi Eze, 21; and Nonso Obi, 34; of no fixed addresses, are facing a three-count charge of assault, obstructing and breach of peace.
Dr. Christiana Esenwah, the Deputy Director, NAFDAC Directorate of Investigation and Enforcement, revealed this.
Deputy Director, Investigation and Enforcement Directorate of NAFDAC, Kaduna Office, Tamanuwa Andrew, said this.
Shehu Abdulkadir, Managing Director, Abuja Enterprise Agency, said this at the Grand Finale of the 2022 Ugwumba Enterprise Challenge in Abuja.
The Acting Director-General of NAFDAC, Dr. Monica Eimunjeze, made this known in a press statement on Monday.
The NAFDAC DG spoke at a news conference on Tuesday in Abuja on the trending advert on the social media.
The alarm was raised by NAFDAC on Sunday in a statement issued by its Resident Media Consultant, Sayo Akintola.
The decision of the Senate was sequel to the report of the MTEF/FSP submitted by the Senate Committee on Finance
NAFDAC Director General, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye gave the admonition over the weekend at the brainstorming session during the two-day retreat by the Agency’s Top Management Committee (TMC) in Lagos.
The State Coordinator, Nasiru Mato who disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Friday in Kaduna, said the purpose was to ensure the operators’ adherence to good hygiene practice.
The Director-General of the agency, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, made this known at a news conference on Friday in Abuja.
The development is contained in a statement signed by the agency’s Resident Media Consultant, Sayo Akintola, in Lagos on Sunday, specifying that a Federal High Court, sitting in Kano last Friday sentenced a 41-year-old man, Innocent Oparah, to three years imprisonment with an option of N200,000 fine for endangering lives of innocent consumers through the circulation of fake drugs.
The call is contained in a statement signed by the Director-General of the agency, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye and made available to newsmen by the agency’s Resident Media Consultant, Olusayo Akintola in Abuja.
The warning is contained in a public alert with No. 032/2022, signed by the Director-General of the agency, Prof. Moji Adeyeye, Tuesday ìn Abuja.
The Ondo State Coordinator of NAFDAC, Benu Philip, disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Akure.
The information is contained in a public alert with No. 0033/2022, signed by the Director-General of the agency and issued to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on Saturday.
This was revealed in a statement by the Resident Media Consultant to NAFDAC, Sayo Akintola, in Lagos on Monday.
NAFDAC made the denial in a press statement issued Sunday and signed by its Resident Media Consultant, Sayo Akintola