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Expired drugs case in court

By Vision Reporter

Added 4th February 2001 03:00 AM

HUNDREDS of Ugandans have been using expired drugs to treat their illnesses. This was discovered during a court trial of Gideon Kisule on charges of knowingly importing thousands of expired drugs into the country.

HUNDREDS of Ugandans have been using expired drugs to treat their illnesses. This was discovered during a court trial of Gideon Kisule on charges of knowingly importing thousands of expired drugs into the country.

By Joshua Kato HUNDREDS of Ugandans have been using expired drugs to treat their illnesses. This was discovered during a court trial of Gideon Kisule on charges of knowingly importing thousands of expired drugs into the country. He appeared in court on January 31. In a case presided over by Catherine Bamuge-mereire, prosecution said that Kisule committed the offences between April and May 1999. Prosecution alleged that the drugs were knowingly imported into the country, before they were intercepted at Multi-brothers pharmacy. Prosecution alleged that the accused had been doing this for some time. Thousands of expired drugs have found their way into the market. National Drug Authority officials were also accused of knowingly allowing the expired drugs to be imported into Uganda. Ends.

Expired drugs case in court

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