Bamenda:Authorities destroy 920 cartons of drugs worth over 118 million FCFCA

Some 920 cartons of drugs worth over 118 million FCFCA and 236 cartons estimated at over 9milliom FCFA and been sized and incinerated by Police and the customs respectively After going through laboratory test, experts concluded that the drugs were poorly packaged, poorly stored and lacked importation papers. The drugs were later labelled not good for consumption.


The process took place in Bamenda under the supervision of the inspector General at North West governor’s office, Ivo Charles MAKOGE, Regional Delegate for Trade and Commerce, Cletus Matoya and Fon Matilda Manjo, Regional Delegate for Public Health.

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