TMPC cautions practitioners against sale of fake herbal medicine


The Traditional Medicine Practice Council (T.M.P.C) has noted that some traditional medicine practitioners are in the habit of using the license granted them by the council for activities that are not sanctioned by the council.

A statement issued by the council and copied to explains that some of the licenced practitioners engage in the sale of fake herbal medicine, money doubling and magical practices.

“It must be noted that the council has long served a disclaimer by stating boldly in RED INK that, the licence is strictly not for: other locations or facilities, money doubling, lotto numbers invocations and other magical practices,” the statement warned.

TMPC has also cautioned media houses which allow their air space to be used by individuals or groups to perpetrate such acts to desist from it.

By: Yahaya Masahudu,


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