In News by stephen abiodun on the 17th, July, 2020

63% Of Hand Sanitizers Are Counterfeit – FG

Boss Mustapha

The Presidential Activity Power (PTF) on COVID-19 mentioned yesterday, July 16, that about 63 per cent of alcohol-based hand sanitisers in circulation aren’t registered and is probably not real.

PTF Chairman and Secretary to the Authorities of the Federation (SGF) Boss Mustapha mentioned this on the PTF briefing in Abuja. He added that the Minister of Well being had issued an advisory to the general public to obtain pharmaceutical merchandise from credible sources.

The SGF mentioned: “As a part of the non-pharmaceutical measures, we really helpful according to world observe, the usage of hand sanitizers. Ordinarily, that must stimulate native manufacturing due to elevated demand.

“We remorse to tell you that following a survey performed by the Nigeria Institute for Pharmaceutical Analysis and Growth (NIPRD) to test the inflow of substandard items, it was revealed that 63 per cent of alcohol-based sanitizers in Abuja doesn’t have NAFDAC registration numbers. There is also comparable conditions across the nation.

“The PTF appeals to the patriotic spirit of Nigerians and request that they desist from manufacturing sub-standard items which may additional endanger different unsuspecting Nigerians who innocently buy them.”

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