The Kano State Consumer Protection Council (KSCPC) has confiscated fake drugs worth over N150 million in the state.
The Acting Managing Director of the council, Baffa Babba Dan’agundi, made the disclosure shortly after a raid on a warehouse at Ungogo Local Government Area of the State.
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According to him, the Council carried out the raid after a tip-off from a resident of the area.
The Public Relations Officer of the council, Nabilusi Abubakar K/Na’isa, said the operation which took place around 2am was led by the acting managing director.
“Baffa calls on the general public not to relent in assisting the Council by providing them with information that would lead to arrest of fake, expired and unwholesome products in the State.
“He reiterate that as usual, there is a reward package for anyone who furnishes his office with such vital information,” he said in a statement.