Kano strange disease: DG NAFDAC presents preliminary result of clinical test to Ganduje
Prof Adeyeye assured that when the final result is out they would present it to the State government. However commended the effort being put by the Acting Managing Director of the State Consumer Protection Council, Baffa Dan-gundi, over his unrelenting commitment to fighting the marketing of the poisonous substances, alongside fake and counterfeit drugs trooping into the state.
In his remarks, Governor Ganduje assured them of his administration’s commitment towards partnering with NAFDAC in specified areas, “…just to keep our state and the nation in general, safer and healthier. We also appreciate your effort in working hand in hand with us in taming this strange illness in the state,” he said.
Ganduje hinted that for now, the source of those substances are known to authorities, “While we arrested many consignments, we are still combing our markets thoroughly.”
He said he was happy that the process of substance examination was hastened, “…that we are today receiving a preliminary result. This is commendable. We will also continue with the public enlightenment. We need to work very hard as the Fasting period is fast approaching us. When people use all kinds of substances as appetizer,” he assured.
Ganduje reminded her about the effort of the State government in building the Drugs market at the newly Dangwauro modern market, adding that, “The Drug market there is almost completed. We put in place, at the Drug market, offices of NAFDAC, NDLEA, Customs and Excise, among other relevant agencies. We will not relent in our effort to control the Drug market in the state.”
NAFDAC Boss presented an Award of Excellence to the Governor for his commitment and unhindered political will in dealing, decisively, with drug abusers and mismanagers in the state.
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