The National Agency for Food and Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC)workers say they will continue with their strike until the Federal Government appoints a substantive Director General.

Mr Ejor Michael, the nationalized open Relations police officer (PRO), health check and Health Union of Nigeria, NAFDAC chapter, prepared this acknowledged on Saturday in Abuja in an interview with the News agency of Nigeria (NAN).

The union on Sept. 22 embarked on an indefinite work stoppage to call for for a new DG or the appointment of the as a rule higher director to be in charge the associations of the agency.

Michael believed that the performing DG, Mrs Yetunde Oni, had been on interim office since February 2016 and had acted for over one year.

“She clocks 60 existence on Thursday and by integrity of broadcast repair reign she has to die but she doesn’t absence to go.

“”We, therefore, have over the centralized direction to allot us a substantive DG or the a good number chief director in NAFDAC conquer over constant street Oni took over as the nearly everyone chief in 2016,” he said.

The union alleged that the interim director had handed over to a director who is not the on the whole senior.

Mr Idu Isua, associate Chairman of the union understood that the subsequently most important director was made-up to procure dash after Oni had attained the mandatory epoch of 60 years.

He alleged that the subsequently in column to the the stage DG must necessarily show price before the appointment of a substantive DG by the central Government.

In a fleet reaction, Mr Jimoh Abubakar, Director of open Relations and particular Duties, NAFDAC alleged that the appointment of the DG was an private conserve of the President.

He understood that the controversy surrounding the appointment of an interim DG was needless, addition that the central leadership was awake of the site and would endure right march at the suitably time.

“Government in its wisdom will swallow right decision, we be supposed to not be in a hurry, direction is experienced of in sequence we are not privy to. 

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