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Worried about the volume of uncertified lubricants in the markets, the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has embarked on a nationwide mop-up of such products as a measure safeguarding the lives of consumers as well as protecting the industrial sector.

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Indeed, the agency stated that the impact of fake and counterfeited lubricants on the economy is huge and such products are threats to the nation’s manufacturing industry. The Director General, SON, Osita Aboloma, represented by the Director, Compliance, SON, Bede Obayi also disclosed that the special raid was targeted at markets and warehouses where suspected substandard products were stocked or sold.

During an enforcement exercise to raid different markets and warehouses in Lagos in search of adulterated and uncertified lubricants, he explained that the agency has been reinvigorated courtesy of its new SON Act 2015 to remove all non-complying products from the nation’s market, in an effort to enhance the capacity utilization of Nigeria’s manufacturing industry.

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