How To Do NAFDAC Registration In Nigeria

Are you looking to register a product or service with the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) in Nigeria? If so, then this blog post is for you! In it, we’ll discuss what NAFDAC registration entails, how to go about registering your product or service with them, as well as some tips on making sure that your application is successful.

So let’s get started! The first step in registering with NAFDAC is to fill out an application form. This form can be found online at their website ( Once completed, the applicant must submit all necessary documents such as business registration certificates from Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), tax clearance certificate from Federal Inland Revenue Service(FIRS), police report etc., together with the duly filled NAFDAC Application Form by mail or courier services addressed directly to:

The Director-General National Agency For Food And Drug Administration And Control

No 7 Kofo Abayomi Street P O Box 535 Victoria Island Lagos State Nigeria

Tel: +234 1 462 0999 Fax: +234 1 269 2415 Email: [email protected]

Website :

Once these documents have been submitted along with the application form they will then be reviewed by a panel of experts who will assess whether they meet all of NAFDAC’s requirements before granting approval for registration purposes.

After approval has been granted applicants are required to pay an annual fee which covers inspection costs associated with ensuring compliance throughout its lifecycle; this fee may vary depending on the type of products registered under each category e.g food, beverages, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, etc but generally ranges between 100, 000 – 200, 000 naira per year payable into any commercial bank nationwide using designated account details provided upon completion of the pre-registration process.

Alternatively, payment can also be made via POS machines located within premises owned by accredited agents appointed across states nationwide.

An invoice number generated after payment should follow up submission online through the portal link: once logged in click ‘payments’ tab followed instructions complete the transaction successfully Upon receipt confirmation email containing a unique verification code sent applicant should note down and keep it safe for further use during the actual physical inspection exercise conducted periodically to verify authenticity.

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We can assist you in registering your business with NAFDAC. This is a crucial step in ensuring that your products meet the necessary regulatory standards. By registering with NAFDAC, you will be able to legally sell your products in Nigeria and gain the trust of your customers. Our team is experienced in the registration process and can help guide you through it efficiently. Contact us today to get started.

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