na wa oooooooooooReply
Make una comot 4 road make I waka pass.Reply
@Ify4life how far?
Then why telling people now?Reply
@oceannaija u don leave the matter wey we get for hand dey arenge woman na waooooooReply
Food basket of the nation. 2face ur pple dey die ooooooooooooooooooReply
no be small thing.Reply
where are the public healh specialist.Reply
who is responsible for this must be deal withReply
Its very sad for such thing should happean, Nigerian govt should constantly reminding people through media particularly the helpless nigerians living in rural place in variouse state acrose nigeria who rather depend on food vendor for economic reason about Contaminated food or food bourne diseases. our people need to be reminded about it all the time since man exitence depend on food.People could easily forget they could contact death disease out porverty from careless food they eat and so need to be warnnedReply
Live has no meaning afterall...one must die.so it is not how u died but when u died. Again some nigerians would like to kill everyone a have everything for themselves...bravo..that is sweet.Reply
Quote from: nametalkam on 15 Apr 10, 07:06 PM
And who is to be Blamed for all these? the Government Nigeria with all its Resources is supposed to be among the world richest country. May the crash that took away the lives of poland pres, take away all their wicked lives for the killings of innocent citizens through poverty....
The Consumer Protection Council said on Wednesday in Makurdi that 500 people died between 2006 and 2007 from contaminated food related complications.
The Director-General, Mrs. Ify Umenyi, disclosed this in Makurdi at the opening ceremony of a three-day National Workshop on “Quality and Safety of Street Vended Food‘‘, citing a survey by the Federal Ministry of Health.
She noted that in Nigeria, like in other parts of the world, the number of persons who ate at least one meal a day outside their homes was on the increase.
According to her, the desire of food vendors to take advantage of the growing population of their patrons and maximise profit has taken a negative toll on food preparation, packaging and presentation.
“The effect of all these is the upsurge in the cases of food-borne diseases and the number of consumer complaints received by organisations like the CPC in respect of injuries suffered from the consumption of contaminated foods,” she said.
She said a survey carried out by the Department of Public Health of the Federal Ministry of Health in 2006 and 2007 traced the death of over 500 Nigerians to cases of food borne diseases.
“Similarly, the result of a survey of Abuja, FCT, conducted by my Council in 2008, showed among others, that the quality and safety of street vended foods in contemporary Nigeria could jeopardise the health of our consumers,” she said.
Umenyi said the workshop, organised in conjunction with the National Orientation Agency and the office of the First Lady of Benue State, was intended to train Environmental Health Officers and food vendors on best practices.
Dis na old sorry.Reply
Where NAFDAC dey?Reply
Na wedey kill ourselves 4 NAIJA