National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), arrested two suspects, who allegedly specialise in counterfeiting various cosmetics and food products, as well as distribution and sale of fake Derica tomato paste. Addressing newsmen, the Head of Investigation and Enforcement Directorate, Kingsley Ejiofor, who represented the DG, said, following intelligence report on the production of counterfeit cosmetic products in unauthorised premises, surveillance was mounted by the officials of the Investigation and Enforcement Directorate of the Agency at 4, Fakanbi Street Egbeda, Lagos, which led to the arrest of Mr. Ebenezer (surname withheld) in his illegal factory located right inside his residential apartment.
Saudi Arabia News | MCI Confiscate Huge Quantity of Counterfeit Cosmetic Products from Two Warehouses
The Ministry of Commerce and Investment (MCI) in a joint security operation confiscated a huge quantity of counterfeit cosmetic products from two warehouses in Riyadh. The two warehouses belongs to a retail chain in Riyadh […]
Efforts geared towards ridding Nigeria’s vibrant mobile phone market of counterfeit devices is yielding results. The Phone and Allied Products Dealers Association (PAPDA) of Computer Village Ikeja, says its partnership with the Standard Organisation of […]
Just as piracy has eaten deep into the fabric of Nigeria’s entertainment industry, Vitafoam, one of Nigeria’s oldest foam manufacturing companies in Nigeria, has said that counterfeiting and imitation of its products are the major […]