Federal Government Gazettes New Pharmacy Law

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The federal government has gazetted a new pharmacy law that empowered the Pharmacy Council of Nigeria, PCN, to regulate all stakeholders in the distribution chain.

Chairman of the governing council of the organization, Ahmed Mora, made this known during the presentation of the gazetted Establishment Act 2022.

Mora noted that the Council Bill empowered the registrar to revoke licenses and regulate all stakeholders involved in the pharmacy distribution chain.

The Chairman assured that fines for offences in the old act ranging from N250-N1,000, had been increased to between N250,000 and N2,000,000 in the new act.

Written by: Helen Obih

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