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Ban on codeine, tramadol puts 25,000 jobs at risk—Labour

Ado-Ekiti—NATIONAL Union of Chemical, Footwear, Rubber, Leather and Non-Metallic Products Employees, NUCFRLANMPE, has warned that no fewer than 25,000 workers could lose their jobs in the chemical and non-metallic sector of the nation’s economy, following the recent ban on importation and production of codeine and tramadol by the Federal Government.

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Customs FOU seizes 379 packs of Tramadol, other items worth over N56m in Kaduna

Customs tightens noose on tramadol, codeine importers

In the bid to completely shut the doors of the nation’s port against unscrupulous importers of Tramadol and other restricted drugs into the country, the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, has stepped up its offensive against the unauthorized importation, distribution, sales and use of this category of medicines, as the Service has resorted to also picking up the classified items in bits and pieces, and other various ingenuous means of concealments.

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Ban on codeine threatens 23,000 jobs — Union

Workers in the chemical and non-metallic products sector of the economy on the  platform of  National Union of Chemical, Footwear, Rubber, Leather and Non-Metallic Products Employees, NUCFRLANMPE, have faulted the Federal Government’s blanket ban  on the use of codeine in producing some  pharmaceutical products in the country.

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