Why Nigeria’s manufacturing sector may go extinct, by PSN
Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has warned that the country’s manufacturing sector may be wiped out, and that the earliest casualty may be the pharmaceutical industry due to global trade wars and impending recession.
Boosting Nigeria’s economy with pharmacoeconomics
Worried about the volatile and unstable economic situation of the country, pharmacists under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have advocated the adoption pharmaeconomics to reverse the trend.
FG needs N46.2bn yearly to detect, prevent, treat epidemics
To be prepared to prevent, detect and treat any epidemic of infectious diseases such as Ebola, Lassa fever, meningitis, Yellow fever and monkey pox, Nigeria needs to spend at least N46.2 billion yearly for the next five years.
Response against poisoning in Nigeria
The Pharmaceutical Codex 1979 stated that any substance, which by its chemical action causes damage to structures, or disturbance of function when ingested, inhaled or absorbed, can act as a poison. Some poisons may have therapeutic benefits ....
PSN urges FG to encourage local production of malaria drugs
To ensure availability, quality and affordability of malaria drugs, pharmacists under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have urged the Federal Government to encourage the local manufacture of anti-malaria medications.
Has religion improved growth and development of Nigeria?
There has been this argument as to whether Nigeria is a secular or non-secular state, religious or non-religious nation. A secular state is a state which purports to be officially neutral in matters of religion, supporting neither religion nor irreligion.
When politics threatens the economy
Ordinarily there should be so much going for Nigeria’s economy. Production of crude oil at about 2 million barrels per day at a good price of about 70 dollars per barrel is yielding good foreign exchange for the Nation, helping to boost foreign reserves which today stand at about 47.25 Billion dollars.
Pharmaceutical industry, medicines availability and national security
The global pharmaceutical industry has become a major contributor to the global economy. In 2012, total world pharmaceutical market was worth an estimated $857 billion.
Ohuabunwa, Adelusi-Adeluyi, at Foursquare lecture, proffer solutions
The Foursquare Gospel Church in Nigeria recently organised a public lecture in Lagos with the theme: Making Nigeria Work: A Job For all.