The Management of Ugolab production Nigerian Limited has refuted the alleged seizure of over 300 cartons of drugs suspected to tramadol found in their warehouse today.
The Production Process Manager of the pharmaceutical firm, Mr. Peter Eguabor who spoke in a telephone interview had confirmed of a theft incident at its warehouse at about 3:53 am that faithful day in which the thieves made away with 4 cartons of diclofenac Sodium and Diphenhydramine HCL
Mr. Peter who told our reporter that he alerted the police at the control room over the discovery at the warehouse however said that trouble started when on arrival at the scene of the crime, the police officer who led the team opened the carton of diclofenac and alleged it tramadol and later carried 4 cartons of the products to their headquarters.
It was also gathered that the General Manager of the pharmaceutical firm Chris Metu who called the Production Process Manager to ascertain what really happened in the company was arrested by the police who whisked away to their office.
Mr. Eguabor had revealed that about 356 cartons of, “our product “diclofenac Sodium and Diphenhydramine HCL is still in police custody for even as he stated that investigation is still on to determine whether the drugs were actually tramadol or not.
Among the staffs of Ugolab under detentions is Pharm. Chris Metuh. Others are the security men Amino Safi and Usman Salihu who are from “M.S Guard Security Agency” on Contract while Musa Adamu the Company’s guard man among others.
Recall also that the police claim that the product stored in the factory is tramadol is purely base on their own mare speculation and not base on professional laboratory analysis.
Therefore I stand to debunk the Allegation being speculating in the social media that tramadol is stored in Ugolab production Nigerian Limited.