The GMD/CEO Emzor Pharmaceuticals Ind. Ltd; Dr. Stella C. Okoli, OON has assured Nigerians of Emzor’s continued dedication to providing unlimited wellness to Nigerians. She made this known on Sunday at a press conference which held at the Emzor Headquarters in Lagos.
Mrs. Uzoma Ezeoke, the Executive Director, General Duties, Human Resources and Finance while speaking to journalists confirmed that the factory that was on lockdown by NAFDAC had been re-opened, and that they received a notification of administrative charges as sanctions. She however, stated that the meeting they had with NAFDAC directors was their first opportunity to know what they were being investigated for as “a documentary alone is not enough basis for the shutdown of a manufacturing site.”
Ezeoke went further to state that Emzor had provided NAFDAC with all documents requested for, including every means to identify and track down the errant Sales Representative that was implicated in the documentary. She categorically stated that Emzor did not at any time refuse to cooperate with officials of the Investigation and Enforcement Directorate.
She stressed that the company has built trust with consumers across the continent over the years based on proper internal regulatory and professional certifications for manufacturing and human resources.
She added that every site being operated by Emzor has Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certificates issued, and that every product meets the required specifications. She assured Nigerians that Emzor will continue to provide quality drugs.
Dr. Okoli expressed deep sadness over the issue of drug abuse, stating that as a parent and mother, she was deeply saddened by the problem of drug abuse and its damaging effect on the youths of this great nation. She assured Nigerians that Emzor is committed to joining hands with all other stakeholders to fight the menace of drug abuse.