NAFDAC Set to Blacklist Countries with Substandard Products in Nigeria

The NAFDAC DG, who briefed the audience on the new development in the agency, in the area of ICT, said they are setting up electronic platforms for all transactions, ranging from e-registration, e-clearance, e-permit, in such a way that companies can properly relate with them without face- to- face communication, which will make their work easier and faster.

She further assured stakeholders and investors on the best performance of NAFDAC during her tenure, stating that although they are civil servants, but they don’t work like civil service organisations, because NAFDAC is deadline crazy under her administration.

L-R: Director General, National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) Professor Mojisola Adeyeye; George Nasser, managing director,P&G;Temitope Iluyemi, Director, Global Govt. Relations &Public Policy,P&G; at the event.
American Business Council Secretary explains motive for the meeting
According to the CEO/Executive Secretary, American Business Council, Mrs Margaret Olele, “The American Business Council is the voice of American investments in Nigeria and the Nigerian Affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce. Working with the US Mission and other partners, we drive trade and investment opportunities between Nigeria and United States of America in the interest of its member companies and both countries. Our overarching goal is to support sustainable socio-economic reform initiatives in Nigeria through public policy advocacy, promotion and implementation.

In line with the Federal Government’s objective on improving the ease of doing business in the country, it is imperative for stakeholders and the media to share their perspectives with the DG of NAFDAC, in order to have an organised and healthy society”.

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