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NACOC intercepts over one million tramadol tablets at Tema port

The Narcotics Control Commission (NACOC) captured a critical amount of tramadol cases and tablets at the Tema Port.



One million and three hundred and fifty thousand (1,035,000) tablets and capsules were among the items in the seized shipment, which weighed a total of 4,734.38 kilograms.

As per a public statement gave by the Commission on February 13, the seized tramadol assortments comprised of 5,000 (5,000) Illustrious tablets in 51 (51) containers weighing 225mg, 6,000 cases of Timaking in ninety (90) containers gauging 120mg, and 6,000 containers of Trafradol in forty (40) containers weighing 120mg.


"It was found that the assortments of tramadol cases and tablets incorporate 5,000 (5,000) Imperial tablets adding up to 51 (51) containers weighing 225mg, 6,000 cases of Timaking adding up to ninety (90) containers gauging 120mg, and 6,000 containers of Trafradol adding up to forty (40) containers weighing 120mg,"the public statement demonstrated.

The activity was led as a feature of the Commission's order to inspect holders at the Tema Port.



In addition, the release stated that "The Commission has taken custody of the seized consignment and is in the process of handing it over to the Food and Drug Authority for further investigations."

NACOC has taken care of the held onto transfer and is currently giving it over to the Food and Medication Expert for additional examinations.

NACOC reassured the public of their commitment to enforcing the law by emphasizing their commitment to combating the threat posed by drug trafficking.

The Commission utilized the chance to remind the overall population that having and shipping unlawful medications without legal approval is unlawful and culpable under areas 40 (1) and 41 (1) of Act 1019 of the Opiates Control Commission Act 2020.


"The Commission might want to utilize this medium to remind the overall population that having and moving unlawful medications without legitimate approval from a lawfully commanded outfit is unlawful and culpable under segments 40 (1) and 41 (1) of Act 1019 of the Opiates Control Commission Act 2020," they forewarned.



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