The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Kano Area Command, has demonstrated its commitment to fighting illegal activities and protecting public health through a collaborative effort with various government agencies. On Thursday, the NCS in Kano made significant handovers to reinforce this commitment.informationguidenigeria
665 donkey skins were handed over to Dr. Adamu Gano, the North-West Coordinator of the Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Services.
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This action aligns with efforts to control and regulate the trade of animal products and protect endangered species.JAMB Portal
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Additionally, the NCS handed over 450 blocks of compressed Indian hemp to the commander of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). This substantial seizure highlights the ongoing battle against drug trafficking and abuse in the region.
Furthering their efforts in safeguarding public health, the NCS also transferred 1,290 cartons of unlicensed medicinal items to the state coordinator of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).NYSC Portal
This move is crucial in the fight against the circulation of unregulated and potentially harmful pharmaceutical products.JAMB Result
The event, held at the Customs House in Bompai, symbolizes the effective collaboration and coordination between the Nigeria Customs Service and other regulatory bodies in their joint mission to combat unlawful activities and ensure public safety and health.
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