SON partners APSAN to tackle substandard and fake products

By Raphael Jov, Abuja

The Director General, Standard Organization of Nigeria Mallam Farouk A. Salim has expressed the willingness of the SON to synergize with APSAN and other stakeholders to eradicate fake products.

The newly appointed Chief Executive of SON went ahead and informed the Executives of APSAN of their strategies for eradication in which awareness campaign forms part of the bases and he further directed the training for trainers of APSAN Institute.

He commended the pragmatic efforts of APSAN in assisting to tackle this deadly menace by a way of constituting a taskforce committee.

Earlier in his speech,the National President Agricultural Produce Sellers Association of Nigeria ,APSAN during a courtesy call on the Director General Standard Organization of Nigeria congratulated the DG on his newly exalted position as Chief Executive of a highly placed federal government Organization and appreciated his poised to perform beyond measure.

The President who is also the Chairman Board of Trustees of APSAN Institute demanded for a continuous workshops for stakeholders like manufacturing industries, agricultural produce dealers and producers.

APSAN boss also noted that the works of standardization, quality assurance and campaign against fake products menace remains the collaboration and partnership endeavors of SON and its stakeholders.

“So, all hands must be on Deck to tackle this serious issues”, he noted.

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