Saturday, June 27, 2015

Nigeria government to shut down all open drug markets from July 1st

In order to ensure organised drug distribution system in the country, the federal government will on July 1 commence the implementation of the National Drug Distribution Guidelines (NDDGs).
The Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Health, Linus Awute stated this at a press conference on Friday in Abuja adding that regulatory agencies like the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) and NAFDAC will on that date resume the exercise of their mandate to ensure full compliance.                                              
He said “We are hopeful that the existence of open drug markets in the country will be a thing of the 

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  1. Hope it will not affect chemist that sells cheaper drug for the common man.

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