Umar El-Yakub, Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly matters, disclosed this when he briefed State House correspondents on Monday in Abuja.
She, however, warned Nigerian researchers in the nation’s ivory towers and other herbal medicine practitioners to desist from parading unverified medicinal products as suitable for the cure of COVID-19, without NAFDAC approval.
Adeyeye spoke at a stakeholders interactive session organised by the House of Representatives Committee on Safety Standards and Regulations in Abuja.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Director-General of the agency, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye.
It has also agreed with manufacturers of chemical products in Nigeria to explore the international market with chemical products to enhance the nation’s foreign exchange earnings.
NAFDAC resident media consultant, Olusayo Akintola, disclosed this in a statement, noting that the procedures were to ensure ease of doing business in Nigeria.
Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Chairman, Dangote Group, made the disclosure on Friday as the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele, came on a final inspection tour of the facility in Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos.
The information is in a statement signed by NAFDAC’s Resident Media Consultant, Olusayo Akintola in Abuja on Sunday.
Professor Mojisola Adeyeye, the director-general of the agency, said in a statement on Tuesday that after a thorough evaluation, NAFDAC Vaccine Committee concluded that the data on the vaccine were robust and met criteria for efficacy, safety and quality.
Information on the approval for J & J, also known as Janssen Vaccine, was contained in a statement signed by the Director General of the agency, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, on Tuesday.
Cyril Monye, the South South Zone Public Relations Officer of the agency, announced this in a statement in Abuja on Tuesday.
NAFDAC’s coordinator in Bauchi Zone, Josephine Dalym, said at the exercise that products destroyed were confiscated from the six states in the North-East geo-political zone.
This was disclosed in a statement by the Director-General, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, that the federal government had identified MSMEs as very critical to the economy of the country.
The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), has assured that despite the current challenges facing Nigeria, the country’s ‘extremely bright…
This is coming at a time when the country is having deficit budget of N5.2 trillion.
Speaking at a one-day sensitisation organised by the agency in collaboration with Yobe State Government in Damaturu, the Director-General of NAFDAC, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, reiterated the critical role of MSMEs in economy.
Agba revealed this at the COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) Conference organised by Connected Development (CODE) in partnership with BudgIT civil society organisation in Abuja.
The Public Relations Officer of the unit, Jerry Attah, disclosed this in a statement, which quoted the Customs Area Controller, Zone C, Compt. Yusuf Lawal, that while N1.280 billion was generated from seizures from contraband, N7.6 million was raised as DN for cargoes that exited the seaports.
The Director General of NAFDAC, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, dropped the hint in Abuja while reiterating the agency’s resolve to ensure that only wholesome medicinal products and other regulated products are available in the markets for public use and consumption.
The Director General of NAFDAC, Prof. Mojisola Adeyeye, in a statement signed by Resident Media Consultant, Sayo Akintola, on Sunday, said the agency would stop at nothing to ensure that only safe food and other regulated products are available in the market for consumption and use by Nigerians.