HeadlinesPorts Management NAFDAC to sensitise stakeholders on automated port clearance in 2021. By maritimemag January 21, 202137 views ShareTweet 0 Segun Oladipupo | National Agency for Foods, Drugs Administration and Control (NAFDAC) will embark on rigorous but friendly sensitization of various stakeholders on the automated port clearance of NAFDAC regulated products in the year, 2021. Professor Mojisola Adeyeye, Director General of NAFDAC said this in an exclusive chat with nigeriamaritime360.com She said that the current drive of the agency was compliance and to be customer-focused as well as to improve ease of doing business. Professor Adeyeye who spoke through Prof. Samson B. Adebayo, Director of Ports Inspection, maintained that the agency was willing to collaborate with any stakeholder to facilitate trade within the ambit of law both at various Ports and in all the formations and departments of the Agency. Her words, “NAFDAC as a responsible regulatory Agency has determined to facilitate trade and comply with the Federal Government’s reform agenda for the various ports. “Our current drive is to encourage compliance, be customer-focused and improve the ease of doing business and this is why the portal for the clearance of NAFDAC regulated products is made very simple and easy to use. “In the coming quarters of the year, the Agency will embark on rigorous but friendly sensitization of various stakeholders on the automated port clearance of NAFDAC regulated products. “It is therefore important that all importers and the general public be better informed than the one – sided information provided by the Compliance Team Coordinator of NAGAFF. “NAFDAC as a responsible organization is willing to collaborate with any stakeholder to facilitate trade within the ambit of law – both at various Ports and in all the formations and departments of the Agency’ the NAFDAC boss declared. © 2021, maritimemag. All rights reserved.