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National Agency for Food

13 Oct
The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has seized over N1.7 trillion worth of tramadol since 2017 to date.
20 Aug
The National Agency for Food, Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has commenced a nationwide clampdown on all illegal manufacturers and distributors of alcoholic bitters and ‘man power’ herbal
16 Feb 2018
The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has shut down 24 bakeries in Maiduguri metropolis of Borno State for illegal operations and unhygienic baking practices. Addressing journalists at a news conference yesterday, coordinator of the agency, Nasiru Mato, disclosed that the bakeries were operating without licenses and non-adherence to guidelines and standards…


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Twitter said it has stopped enforcing a policy intended to prevent the spread of Covid misinformation, as new owner Elon Musk -- who has clashed previously with US officials over pandemic safety rules -- continues to remake its content moderation policies.
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Brazil might be fretting about the state of Neymar's ankle, but if a successful World Cup campaign is built on a solid defence then the foundations are there for Tite's side to win the title in Qatar.
21 mins ago
As part of the efforts to combat violence against women, a Civil Society Organization, Acts Alliance Forum Nigeria, yesterday, kick-started 16 Days of Activism.
33 mins ago
It was a celebration of great minds recently as the National Basketball Association (NBA) Africa hosted its inaugural event tagged ‘NBA Meet Art’. It was red carpet event where stakeholders and industry leaders gathered for the wedlock of sports and arts, while also celebrating Nigeria's art and culture through the lens of NBA. The event,…
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has been living in Tokyo for almost six months after disappearing from public view following China's crackdown on the tech sector, the Financial Times reported Wednesday, citing multiple unnamed sources.