Kano’s state shopper safety council, KCPC, mentioned constructive hepatitis B check outcomes from six restaurant employees within the state had closed all different eating places and bakeries.
The appearing managing director of the council, Dr. Baffa Babba Dan’agundi mentioned so throughout a press convention on Sunday within the state, including that measures have been taken to prosecute violations of a coverage that gives for a transparent well being certificates earlier than eating places function.
Dan’agundi expressed concern that the six employees who examined constructive have been from the three eating places examined in lower than per week, whereas the state has greater than 3,000 eating places.
The council had given homeowners of eating places, bakeries and water-producing factories, amongst different issues, an ultimatum of seven days to submit a well being certificates, and after expiry ordered the quick closure of those that didn’t submit the certificates.
In keeping with him, “now we have ordered the closure of eating places, bakeries and different services with out a well being certificates as a result of hepatitis B is likely one of the most simply transmitted illnesses, together with COVID-19”.
“Six restaurant staff have examined constructive for hepatitis B. They got here from solely three eating places, and now we have over 3,000 eating places within the state. We requested operators to ship their employees to laboratories for testing and to obtain a well being certificates. We gave them the grace of seven days which have handed, however the management requested for an extension, ”he mentioned.
The appearing supervisor additionally mentioned the council had succeeded in seizing N 1 billion value of counterfeit items, arresting 13 whereas an arrest warrant for the 9 was nonetheless on the run.
He additionally accused BUA and Dangote drivers of allegedly utilizing their vehicles to move or smuggle counterfeit items into the state.
In his phrases: “Inside my three months on the helm of the council, now we have confiscated virtually N 1 billion value of counterfeit items. Our warehouse is full and we’re about to open our second warehouse. We have now had an N500 million value of expired cigarette seizure. We have now seizures each day, even on weekends. Giant components of the seizures have been carried out in Sabon Gari and Singer’s markets.