The Rivers State Government has said from October 1 2020, it would begin the closure of all abbatoirs in the state that do not meet the required sanitary standard in line with laws of the state. The state commissioner for Agriculture Fred Kpakol, who disclosed this yesterday in Port Harcourt, called on those operating such slaughter houses to desist from the illegal act. He urged slaughter operators who are yet to register with the ministry to do so and obtain their licenses.

RVSG set to shut down illegal Abattoirs from October 1

The Rivers State Government has said from October 1, 2020, it would begin the closure of all abattoirs in the state that do not meet the required sanitary standard in line with laws of the state. The State Commissioner for Agriculture, Fred Kpakol who disclosed this yesterday in Port Harcourt, called on those operating such […]

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Stay healthy: Give your immune system a boost

Data from John Hopkins University indicates that COVID-19 has infected about 800,000 persons and killed up to 37,000 globally, thus becoming a pandemic.  Many parts of the world are in lockdown mode, while several people are either in isolation, quarantine or social distancing.  Although there is no clear evidence that any food can prevent or cure ailments […]

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