We’ve contaminated, not plastic rice —NAFDAC reveals

customs offers 40,000 packs of seized rice to IDPs The Deputy Comptroller-General of Customs, Mr. Ilya, reported that the administration had started an incredible move to stem the tide of carrying of rice into Nigeria in order to decrease the antagonistic monetary effect on the nation and its kin.

Ilya, who gave a notice flag to rice bootleggers, noticed that the administration had shared the more than 40,000 sacks of rice seized as of late to Internally Displace Persons, IDPs, in the North-East and would keep on embarking on such attacks on rice carrying courses until the illicit practice was stamped out.

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He cautioned that independent of the result of the discoveries by NAFDAC, the NCS would proceed with its drive of guaranteeing that fake and banned products were not permitted into the nation.

He said as a major aspect of the move to control illicit importation, the NCS would, from now on, be pursuing the banned products and the proprietors of the method for transportation utilized as a part of shipping the merchandise into and inside the nation to serve as an obstacle to potential runners.

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