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No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by braimeddy: 7:01am On Nov 13, 2015


Guinness Nigeria Plc on Thursday said “there is no legal basis” for the payment of the N1bn fine imposed on it by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.

The company said this in a letter to the Nigerian Stock Exchange in which it informed the bourse of the fine and its position on the developments leading to the imposition of the fine.



NAFDAC had in a letter to the Managing Director of Guinness Nigeria, Mr. Peter Ndegwa, asked the company to, among other things, pay N1bn as administrative charges for various clandestine violations of its rules, regulations and enactments over a long period of time.

However, in its letter to the Exchange, Guinness Nigeria said, “We do not understand the basis for the computation of the administrative charges nor the particular regulations alleged to have been infringed, and had expected that our discussions with NAFDAC would give us better clarity on the issue and hopefully help its resolution.

“We have been advised that there is no legal basis for the demand by NAFDAC for the payment of the said sum and we hope that our engagement with NAFDAC will enlighten the organisation about the correct position.”

NAFDAC had also accused Guinness Nigeria of revalidating expired products without authorisation and supervision by the agency.

The agency added that the company failed to secure the gate of its warehouse as the raw materials used in the production of beer and non-alcoholic beverages by the firm were permanently opened to intrusion and exposure to the elements and rodents, which “invariably affect the integrity of the raw materials.”

But in a statement on Thursday, Guinness gave an assurance that all of its products conformed to the highest standards of quality.

It said the products were produced in line with the globally accepted code of good manufacturing and had been repeatedly certified as such by NAFDAC and the Standards Organisation of Nigeria.

Ndegwa was quoted as saying, “The meticulous and painstaking work, including rigorous quality assurance, that precedes the final production of all our products, has a singular objective: to ensure that our consumers drink products that are healthy and comparable with similar products made by a Diageo facility anywhere else in the world.”

He stressed that the allegations made by NAFDAC related to raw materials in one of the company’s stores, which was not a production facility, adding that the allegations were being taken seriously by the company.

The company, which noted that it had operated in Nigeria for more than 60 years, said it had conducted its business in accordance with the country’s laws and regulation, and its parent company, Diageo’s global policies and procedures relating to good manufacturing practices.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Nobody: 7:11am On Nov 13, 2015
Source: who nah? undecided

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by LORDDICE(m): 7:35am On Nov 13, 2015
@Op, better add d source, before some people will come and start screaming for 'sauce'

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by LORDDICE(m): 7:38am On Nov 13, 2015

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Kx: 7:42am On Nov 13, 2015
[size=18pt]No legal basis for fines/sanctions by an organ/department of the government but there is a legal basis for unethical practices of re-validating substandard and expired products for profit making purposes by a private firm right?[/size]

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by kingzx0(m): 7:42am On Nov 13, 2015
Govt regulatory bodies forming busy body this period; first it was MTN, now Guinness. Who's next?

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by LORDDICE(m): 7:46am On Nov 13, 2015
I wonder if this is the new strategy by the FG, to raise some funds, they should have plainly organised a fund raising committee...

**just saying**

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by braimeddy: 8:30am On Nov 13, 2015
Click on "source" and the site will open
lagmostkuit:
Source: who nah? undecided
Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by braimeddy: 8:31am On Nov 13, 2015
The link is there. Just click on the "source"
LORDDICE:
@Op, better add d source, before some people will come and start screaming for 'sauce'
Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by thompson1510(m): 2:00pm On Nov 13, 2015
No legal basis noni...

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by millhouse: 5:33pm On Nov 13, 2015
NCC do their own, nafdac wan show say them dey work too.... Mthsweeew

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Adesiji77: 7:38pm On Nov 13, 2015
Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by lasisi69: 8:45pm On Nov 13, 2015
End time

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Demmocrats(m): 8:45pm On Nov 13, 2015
He stressed that the allegations made by NAFDAC related to raw materials in one of the company’s stores, which was not a production facility, adding that the allegations were being taken seriously by the company.

If its not a production facility then its a storage facility for a production facility.


All this there talk talk might even increase the fine.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by kulobyno: 8:47pm On Nov 13, 2015
Too much grammer

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by kennyman2000(m): 8:47pm On Nov 13, 2015
Hmmm... I really hope these companies are not been frustrated and chased out of the country...

I really hope govt doesnt fine any indian company cos indian no get joy if u na try am.. Indian go use Nigeria workers like slave.. As in, they'll work sotey, they'll work pass machine..

Could recall some years back when i was working in an indian factory like that.

Name of the production manager is BUCHESH.. I asked him why other indians like using Nigerian workers anyhow and pay meagre salary as well.

Could easily interact with him cos he's different. He's kind and has human sympathy..

His response was that, if you see how much we pay to your Nigerian govt as tax, community will collect their own fees, obas will collect their own fees, police too will come and collect their own. Thats why most indians pay small wages cos your govt have collected money that's meant for u na wages..

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by akwana: 8:47pm On Nov 13, 2015
No basis abi? Ok just wait and see. Don't shout that we are chasing investors later. I hope you guys violate more laws so we can have more money to build roads and bridges.
Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by politricks: 8:49pm On Nov 13, 2015
ijustdey:

for ever violation their are repercussions..... but the fine is on the high side
these will be the first time I am hearing of such bogus fine
Are you in this country at all or didn't you hear of MTN's fine?

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by eaglechild: 8:49pm On Nov 13, 2015
Buhari will soon chase away all the foreign investors.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Nobody: 8:49pm On Nov 13, 2015
Then they should go to court. angry

Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by ijustdey: 8:50pm On Nov 13, 2015
for ever violation their are repercussions..... but the fine is on the high side









these will be the first time I am hearing of such bogus fine

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by manny4life(m): 8:50pm On Nov 13, 2015
With the way Nigerian Agencies are slamming fines on Nigerian business is a cause for alarm. As much as there are violations and I'm not in anyway supporting the violators, the fines handed down is scary. If things continue at this rate, a lot of potential investors will see Nigeria as a hostile business environment.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Nobody: 8:50pm On Nov 13, 2015
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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Nobody: 8:51pm On Nov 13, 2015
They should pay the fine if they are wrong. I don't give a hoot about any company reputation when it breaks the law and must be punished. NAFDAC should provide evidence to support their claims.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by obontami: 8:51pm On Nov 13, 2015
[size=20pt]I think the current government should pump money into prostitution and watch it bring in more funds, instead of harassing the companies that provide employment of her citizens [/size]
Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by BABANGBALI: 8:52pm On Nov 13, 2015
kingzx0:
Govt regulatory bodies forming busy body this period; first it was MTN, now Guinness. Who's next?
na nairaland now,they have been violating our rights to Indecency since 20AD

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by dearsly(m): 8:54pm On Nov 13, 2015
ikechukwu354:
I know this doesn't agree to the thread but matters but

Its no longer news hearing the ongoing protests in various part of the SE by the IPOB youths. In as much as I'm of the SE extraction, I want my fellow South Easterners to be rational and objective in their thinking. Biafra shouldn't be our priority now.
The reasons why I'm of the opinion that Biafra shouldn't be our priority are:
1. Most powerful Igbos leaders are against it: Those of us with strong memories would agree with me that Nnamdi Kanu isn't the first person to follow this path.
Years ago during Obasanjo's administration, Mr Ralph Uwazurike the leader of MASSOB attempted something similar. What was the result...he spent years locked up in an underground cell, his members were jailed many are still in jail as we speak, some even lost their precious lives.
The then igbo leaders who even had the senate leadership then did nothing, why cos they weren't ready to relinquish their positions and Federal Government appointments for Uwazurike's movement.
If nothing was done by the SE leaders then, what makes the youths so certain that they'll lift a finger towards their course now considering the fact that most of our leaders are self centered?
2. Thousands and even millions of South Easterners are likely going to be plunged into the job market upon declaration of Biafra: Its most likely that if the biafran dream is actualized today, Igbos working in various Nigerian government parastatals across the federation would automatically loose their job. Starting from Igbos in the military (Army, Airforce and Navy), to Civil Service, to the Nigerian Police Force, NSCDC, Customs, Immigration, FRSC, EFCC, ICPC, The Ministry, Ministers and Senators from the biafran territory will no longer be recognized in the Nigerian Senate, ...etc.
Can we cope with that, noting that the current economy of some SE states isn't something to be proud about, and we can't even secure employment for those living there how much more when you have a mass exodus of people relocating home. How will they survive?
Germany requested for thousands of Syrian refugees because they have a very good economy to settle them in months.
We should understand that if Biafra is declared, a similar mass exodus would be experienced.
Question is do we have a plan to absorb the thousands who probably would be relieved of their duties by the Nigerian Federal Government into the biafran economy and create such parastatals for them with a short period of time so they can work and take care of their families?
These are questions we need to ask ourselves.
3. The SE is improvised: We deserve a good leadership in the SE not biafra: Currently, we lack good roads, we lack constant electricity, we lack well equipped government primary and secondary schools, we lack portable drinking water...etc. Why should secession be our priority?
Few months ago, Afikpo youths comprising of Amasiri, Edda, Uwanna...etc blocked the roads to protest 2years of blackout in Afikpo. (The thread was even on Nairaland) I witnessed that protest live cos I was in Amasiri (Ebotrans park) en route Abakaliki and was delayed by the protesters for over an hour because the whole roads leading to Abakaliki were all blocked.
If Afikpo which is agurably the second largest town with the best economy in Ebonyi state after Abakaliki can be in darkness for 2years, then I think its time for us to go back to the drawing board. Cos we can't expect the biafra economy to survive in darkness.
We should also be bothered about the number of our educated minds finding their way to other geopolitical zones outside the SE in search of greener pastures. That's another indication to tell us that our economy needs serious rehabilitation.
If we're so bent on making biafra a reality then we should beginning to hold our leaders accountable to every promise they made to us during the past elections
Great nations are ruled by great minds not thieves, crooks and heartless looters camouflaging themselves as leaders to enrich their 20th generation.
It is time for the Igbo youths to come together and reverse the trend of ubiquitous leadership ravishing igbo land and put up a system that would enable the best of us emerge as leaders.
Our leaders are our problem, therefore we should direct our aggression towards them. Because even if the biafran dream becomes a reality, I doubt we would survive up to 3years considering the kind of crooks we have as leaders.
We should try to understand that Biafra isn't the solution to the problems we're currently facing in the SE. If we fail to address the issue of bad leadership then biafra will be a case of "Dead On Arrival".
4. Inability to stand Independently: A child only thinks of leaving his parents home to cater for himself when feels he's matured enough to survive independently.
If we're sincere enough, you'll all agree with me that most SE states cannot survive without FG allocation. Currently people in Ebony are experiencing serious hardship. No thanks to the Governor (Dave) who has slashed their salaries for no good reason. Imo state isn't left out of the suffering as state workers there are also experiencing hardship as well.
We have FG allocations yet our Governors cannot pay their workers, and cannot make the state habitable for its people by providing basic amenities. What do you think would happen if the allocation stops?
A few years back when Rochas announced that he wants all secondary schools in imo state to put on a particular school uniform. Yes it was a welcome development to reduce discrimination's amongst schools. But most people frowned at him when he contracted the job to a Chinese company.
Why would a governor contract a job to a Chinese company for billions of naira when there are so many indigenous companies in the SE that would do it for a far lesser amount?
If our leaders are interested in developing the SE why have they refused to invest in the numerous untapped resources in the SE?
Or are they scared that their successors would become the direct benefactors when they leave office?
Isn't that a myopic way of reasoning?
5. Dis-unity and inability to make accurate political calculations: From the 1999 till date, while people of other regions had managed to unite behind their candidate of choice in virtually all elections that had been held, we have always failed to do so.
I wasn't born during the civil war so I have very little knowledge about Ojukwu's acceptance by the general Igbo populace then.
But I remember vividly in 2003 how he (Ojukwu) lost that election in the SE to PDP's Obasanjo. It was recorded that Obasanjo had a thrilling 69.46% of votes from the SE. If we sincerely wanted power that year why didn't we rally round Ojukwu and give him our support like we did during the civil war?
Even when Alex Ekwueme contested the PDP primaries against Obasanjo the same year (2003). That attempt clearly outlined the dis unity amongst our leaders, because most PDP governors of SE states openly campaigned against their own son and supported the same Obsanjo.
Ever since I became knowledgeable of the events happening around me, I've never witnessed any election in Nigeria where we (Igbos) emphatically agreed and produced a candidate of the Igbo extraction acceptable to the whole nation and backed him aggressively. Just as President Buhari was backed by his kinsmen and practically other tribes.
In all the elections however from 1999-till date, we (Igbos) have failed to present a formidable candidate.
We don't even have a formidable political party to start with in the SE. The APGA which was created by Ojukwu has only the governorship seat in Anambra state to boast of.
The North and the SW easily formed an alliance because they had formidable parties they were all loyal to.
My point is that if we cannot determine our political relevance here in Nigeria, we'll keep having problems among ourselves should biafra become a reality.
Solution: We are all Nigerians so we should work towards the growth of this country. To my IPOB brothers, I will say sheath your swords. Don't waste your precious lives, MASSOB has followed that path, and today their members in jail are yet to get justice and those that lost their lives as a result of the struggle have been forgotten. If you die in this struggle you will be forgotten, your name wouldn't even be mentioned anywhere as a hero. Our leaders don't care, their kids are all abroad so when a stray bullet from a happy trigger policeman hits you, you're gone. No justice!
Anyi Ga-eme Mbaa Ka Ódi Ukwuu Ma Öbúrú Na Agbúrú Nille Ga Etikota Aka Rúó Órú Ma Gharakwa Ì Na-ata Ndi Ózó Uta Mgbe Ihe Mgberede Dakwasiri Anyi.E Kwenyerem Nigïria Ga Adikwa Ukwúú ÖZÖ.

Misplaced priority!
Take this to the proper section!

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by BABANGBALI: 8:55pm On Nov 13, 2015
ikechukwu354:
I know this doesn't agree to the thread but matters but

Its no longer news hearing the ongoing protests in various part of the SE by the IPOB youths. In as much as I'm of the SE extraction, I want my fellow South Easterners to be rational and objective in their thinking. Biafra shouldn't be our priority now.
The reasons why I'm of the opinion that Biafra shouldn't be our priority are:
1. Most powerful Igbos leaders are against it: Those of us with strong memories would agree with me that Nnamdi Kanu isn't the first person to follow this path.
Years ago during Obasanjo's administration, Mr Ralph Uwazurike the leader of MASSOB attempted something similar. What was the result...he spent years locked up in an underground cell, his members were jailed many are still in jail as we speak, some even lost their precious lives.
The then igbo leaders who even had the senate leadership then did nothing, why cos they weren't ready to relinquish their positions and Federal Government appointments for Uwazurike's movement.
If nothing was done by the SE leaders then, what makes the youths so certain that they'll lift a finger towards their course now considering the fact that most of our leaders are self centered?
2. Thousands and even millions of South Easterners are likely going to be plunged into the job market upon declaration of Biafra: Its most likely that if the biafran dream is actualized today, Igbos working in various Nigerian government parastatals across the federation would automatically loose their job. Starting from Igbos in the military (Army, Airforce and Navy), to Civil Service, to the Nigerian Police Force, NSCDC, Customs, Immigration, FRSC, EFCC, ICPC, The Ministry, Ministers and Senators from the biafran territory will no longer be recognized in the Nigerian Senate, ...etc.
Can we cope with that, noting that the current economy of some SE states isn't something to be proud about, and we can't even secure employment for those living there how much more when you have a mass exodus of people relocating home. How will they survive?
Germany requested for thousands of Syrian refugees because they have a very good economy to settle them in months.
We should understand that if Biafra is declared, a similar mass exodus would be experienced.
Question is do we have a plan to absorb the thousands who probably would be relieved of their duties by the Nigerian Federal Government into the biafran economy and create such parastatals for them with a short period of time so they can work and take care of their families?
These are questions we need to ask ourselves.
3. The SE is improvised: We deserve a good leadership in the SE not biafra: Currently, we lack good roads, we lack constant electricity, we lack well equipped government primary and secondary schools, we lack portable drinking water...etc. Why should secession be our priority?
Few months ago, Afikpo youths comprising of Amasiri, Edda, Uwanna...etc blocked the roads to protest 2years of blackout in Afikpo. (The thread was even on Nairaland) I witnessed that protest live cos I was in Amasiri (Ebotrans park) en route Abakaliki and was delayed by the protesters for over an hour because the whole roads leading to Abakaliki were all blocked.
If Afikpo which is agurably the second largest town with the best economy in Ebonyi state after Abakaliki can be in darkness for 2years, then I think its time for us to go back to the drawing board. Cos we can't expect the biafra economy to survive in darkness.
We should also be bothered about the number of our educated minds finding their way to other geopolitical zones outside the SE in search of greener pastures. That's another indication to tell us that our economy needs serious rehabilitation.
If we're so bent on making biafra a reality then we should beginning to hold our leaders accountable to every promise they made to us during the past elections
Great nations are ruled by great minds not thieves, crooks and heartless looters camouflaging themselves as leaders to enrich their 20th generation.
It is time for the Igbo youths to come together and reverse the trend of ubiquitous leadership ravishing igbo land and put up a system that would enable the best of us emerge as leaders.
Our leaders are our problem, therefore we should direct our aggression towards them. Because even if the biafran dream becomes a reality, I doubt we would survive up to 3years considering the kind of crooks we have as leaders.
We should try to understand that Biafra isn't the solution to the problems we're currently facing in the SE. If we fail to address the issue of bad leadership then biafra will be a case of "Dead On Arrival".
4. Inability to stand Independently: A child only thinks of leaving his parents home to cater for himself when feels he's matured enough to survive independently.
If we're sincere enough, you'll all agree with me that most SE states cannot survive without FG allocation. Currently people in Ebony are experiencing serious hardship. No thanks to the Governor (Dave) who has slashed their salaries for no good reason. Imo state isn't left out of the suffering as state workers there are also experiencing hardship as well.
We have FG allocations yet our Governors cannot pay their workers, and cannot make the state habitable for its people by providing basic amenities. What do you think would happen if the allocation stops?
A few years back when Rochas announced that he wants all secondary schools in imo state to put on a particular school uniform. Yes it was a welcome development to reduce discrimination's amongst schools. But most people frowned at him when he contracted the job to a Chinese company.
Why would a governor contract a job to a Chinese company for billions of naira when there are so many indigenous companies in the SE that would do it for a far lesser amount?
If our leaders are interested in developing the SE why have they refused to invest in the numerous untapped resources in the SE?
Or are they scared that their successors would become the direct benefactors when they leave office?
Isn't that a myopic way of reasoning?
5. Dis-unity and inability to make accurate political calculations: From the 1999 till date, while people of other regions had managed to unite behind their candidate of choice in virtually all elections that had been held, we have always failed to do so.
I wasn't born during the civil war so I have very little knowledge about Ojukwu's acceptance by the general Igbo populace then.
But I remember vividly in 2003 how he (Ojukwu) lost that election in the SE to PDP's Obasanjo. It was recorded that Obasanjo had a thrilling 69.46% of votes from the SE. If we sincerely wanted power that year why didn't we rally round Ojukwu and give him our support like we did during the civil war?
Even when Alex Ekwueme contested the PDP primaries against Obasanjo the same year (2003). That attempt clearly outlined the dis unity amongst our leaders, because most PDP governors of SE states openly campaigned against their own son and supported the same Obsanjo.
Ever since I became knowledgeable of the events happening around me, I've never witnessed any election in Nigeria where we (Igbos) emphatically agreed and produced a candidate of the Igbo extraction acceptable to the whole nation and backed him aggressively. Just as President Buhari was backed by his kinsmen and practically other tribes.
In all the elections however from 1999-till date, we (Igbos) have failed to present a formidable candidate.
We don't even have a formidable political party to start with in the SE. The APGA which was created by Ojukwu has only the governorship seat in Anambra state to boast of.
The North and the SW easily formed an alliance because they had formidable parties they were all loyal to.
My point is that if we cannot determine our political relevance here in Nigeria, we'll keep having problems among ourselves should biafra become a reality.
Solution: We are all Nigerians so we should work towards the growth of this country. To my IPOB brothers, I will say sheath your swords. Don't waste your precious lives, MASSOB has followed that path, and today their members in jail are yet to get justice and those that lost their lives as a result of the struggle have been forgotten. If you die in this struggle you will be forgotten, your name wouldn't even be mentioned anywhere as a hero. Our leaders don't care, their kids are all abroad so when a stray bullet from a happy trigger policeman hits you, you're gone. No justice!
Anyi Ga-eme Mbaa Ka Ódi Ukwuu Ma Öbúrú Na Agbúrú Nille Ga Etikota Aka Rúó Órú Ma Gharakwa Ì Na-ata Ndi Ózó Uta Mgbe Ihe Mgberede Dakwasiri Anyi.E Kwenyerem Nigïria Ga Adikwa Ukwúú ÖZÖ.
the only sane igbo man i ever met

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by Dazzler07: 8:57pm On Nov 13, 2015
It is high time these regulatory bodies lived up to their responsibilities.... Letz go for DSTV next

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by k1centy: 8:57pm On Nov 13, 2015
MTN-5 trillion
UBA-2 billion
First Bank-1 billion
SKYE Bank-4 billion.
By the time we are done with all these firms, our 2016 budget go complete.
Thank God we finally found another source of income generation apart from oil. The change is here gidi.

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Re: No legal basis for NAFDAC’s N1bn fine –Guinness by manny4life(m): 8:58pm On Nov 13, 2015
k1centy:
MTN-5 trillion
UBA-2 billion
First Bank-1 billion
SKYE Bank-4 billion.
By the time we are done with all these firms, our 2016 budget go complete.
Thank God we finally found another source of income generation apart from oil. The change is here gidi.

And it's the people that will directly/indirectly suffer the brunt of these fines.

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