Babba-Dan’agundi said that the council was informed by ‘some good citizens’ about the expired flour which was brought to Dawanau International Grain Market, Kano.
He stated that the flour was confiscated, following the raid carried out at a warehouse situated at Dawanau Market, Kano, on Sunday.
“We confirmed that the flour had already expired after a laboratory test of some samples,” he said.
Babba-Dan’agundi added that the council also confiscated many cartons of expired drinks at Muhammadu Abubakar Rimi Market, Sabongari, Kano.
He further explained that the expired flour and the drinks were evacuated and taken to the council’s warehouse.
The acting managing director called on the general public to always check on products’ information before using them.
“The council will not relent in its efforts at curtailing the importation and selling of unwanted products in the state,” Babba-Dan’agundi said. (