Why government should provide guidance, counseling for Muslim students
Glorious Islamic Center (GIC) has urged the government to provide guidance and counseling units in schools in order to guide the youths in their jobs aspirations and selection of relevant school subjects...
Bakers urged to comply with guidelines to improve hygiene, safety, standards
The National Agency for Food Drug and Administration Control (NAFDAC) has tasked bakers to comply with the agency’s guidelines to improve quality and safety standards. The agency harped on the need to remind bread producers of the basic good hygiene practice requirements...
NAFDAC DG reiterates need to safeguard health of Nigerians
Director-general of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Prof. Mojisola Christianah Adeyeye, has said that the agency is committed to safeguard the health of Nigerians as it is charged with the responsibility to regulate
NAFDAC seeks governors’ support to curb drug abuse, others
The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has solicited the support all the 36 state governors in a bid to safeguard the future of Nigerians...
Ex-Judge, NGO sue NAFDAC, others over alleged importation of banned chemical
A retired judge of the Osun State High Court, Justice Olamide Oloyede and Virtues Unlimited Restorative Justice Initiative (VURJI) have sued the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and eight others at the Federal High Court, Lagos, over importation of a banned chemical, methyl bromide, into the country.
'Access to loans still a challenge to Nigerian women in business'
Despite the directive given by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) mandating Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) to borrow 65 per cent of depositors' money to support businesses...
Dealers urge government to tackle substandard building materials
Amid increasing cases of building collapse, dealers of construction-based products have urged the Federal Government to strengthen implementation of existing policies...
Overdependence on drug importation, others kill local pharma industry, threaten medicine security
With Nigeria’s growing population expected to hit 206 million by 2020, ensuring national sufficiency and medicine security is crucial in tackling diseases, mortality and catering for other healthcare needs.