The Pharmacy and Poisons Board has warned Kenyans against the use of ‘Asali ya wazee’ as it suspected to be falsified by Veysi Topuz.
“The Pharmacy and Poisons Board warns of ‘Asali ya wazee,’ suspected to be a falsified THEMRA Epimedyumlu Macun by Veysi Topuz in Kenya. Tests revealed high Sildenafil levels, posing serious health risks. Avoid usage and report suspicions immediately to PPB.” said PPB
- Counterfeit alcoholic drinks worth Ksh 984K seized in Nairobi
- Cleophas Malala links Uhuru and Raila to 17B oil saga
The board also warned Kenyans against suspicious batches of Truvada in 200mg and 300mg in Batch numbers B4033894D and B425875D as they failed to pass the safety standards.
“The Pharmacy and Poisons Board cautions against suspicious batches of Truvada (Emtricitabine/Tenofovir 200mg/300mg) in Kenya, specifically Batch numbers B4033894D and B425875D by Gilead Sciences Inc. These batches fail safety standards and may be circulating illegally. Avoid use and report suspicions to PPB immediately.” said the Board