People living in Lagos and Kano may need to be wary of what they consume outside their homes as a study shows a high level of contamination of food consumed in these states.
The food were reportedly contaminated with chemicals, metals, pesticides residue, among others.
To address this, food experts have urged the Federal Government to pass and implement the food safety bill.
This, they said would reduce hazards of food poisoning in the country.
This call was made on Friday in Abuja as Nigeria joined the world to commemorate the World Food Safety Day.
The World Food Safety Day is aimed at calling global attention to the unhealthy effects of unsafe food.
primiumtimesng.com/8 June 2019