SON Expresses Support For Standardization Of Traditional Medicine

The Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON) has expressed its support to ensure the standardization of African Traditional Medicine (ATM) in Nigeria.

Speaking in Abuja on Thursday while hosting Practitioners of ATM in the country, the Director General of SON, Mallam Salim said he has “been intimated of your zealousness in driving the standardisation activities of the African Traditional Medicine which has made you exemplary to other Technical Committees of SON”.

Represented by his Chief of Staff, Prof. Olobayo Kunle, Salim explained that “just as duty demands of us, we are here once again to discuss and articulate Nigeria’s position in the conclusion of twenty-four (24) draft standards in African Traditional Medicine (ATM) at the Continental level (ARSO).

The DG re-affirmed that “SON holds the Committee in high esteem and nothing should deter or dwindle your spirits in ensuring that Nigeria records accolades of success in this sector both at the Continental and International levels”.

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