Pharmacists Council of Nigeria
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria yesterday clam down on 537 medicines shops for violation of extant laws and operational guidelines in Kano.
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN), yesterday, cautioned Edo people against patronising drugs sold in unregistered outlets, saying they were dangerous and their authenticity
The first issue for discussion is how did the world get to the situation it now finds itself as it relates to drug problems. To arrive at any solution, we need to trace the root causes of the problems and address them as appropriate.
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed 305 pharmacies and patent medicine shops in Kebbi for various offence.
Determined to rid the country of illegal medicine dealers as well as ‘fake’ and unregistered medicine shops in the country, the Pharmacists’ Council of Nigeria (PCN)
30 Aug 2020
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) yesterday raised the alarm over the rise of quacks and uncertified pharmacies dominating open medicine stores in Kano...
21 Feb 2020
>Elijah N. A. Mohammed is a consultant pharmacist and the Registrar/Secretary to the Governing Council, Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN). Mohammed in this interview with The Guardian among other things
1 Dec 2019
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed 301 medicine shops dealing in illicit drug in Ondo State, affirming its resolve to stamp out persons violating the National Drug Distribution guidelines.
15 Nov 2019
The Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has sealed off 96 pharmacies and 481 patent medicine shops, totalling 577 medicine premises in Anambra for various offences.
1 Nov 2019
Pharmacists Council of Nigeria (PCN) has cautioned against drug abuse among citizens. It stated this yesterday at a stakeholders’ forum in Kaduna to brainstorm on the alarming statistics on drug use in the country and the way forward.
21 Mar 2019
Medical experts have raised fresh alarm over rise in fake and adulterated drugs, medicines’ abuse and misuse, misdiagnosis, disease treatment errors and failure as well as morbidity and mortality in the country. They blamed the situation on the delay and failure by the Federal Government (FG) in reconstituting the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria…
9 Nov 2017
Stephen Esumobi emphasised that regular enforcement exercise is a continual efforts by the council to reverse this ugly trend and improve on the quality of pharmaceutical services delivery to Lagosians.