NAFDAC Reduces Registration Fee For Locally Made Items

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Updated June 2, 2017

The National Agency for Food, Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) says it has cut down registration fee for locally made items by 50 per cent.

The move which is in line with Federal Government’s ease of doing business agenda aims to promote small and medium scale enterprises and grow the economy.

NAFDAC’s latest policy also looks to terminate agreements with fees collection agencies following the discovery of illegal charges under the deal.

The agency has also re-affirmed that waivers on its young-graduates business registration scheme remains intact.