Marwako East Legon to start operating following clearance by FDA

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The East Legon branch of Marwako Fast Foods has been cleared by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) to start operating after its facility was closed down weeks ago over food poisoning.

This new update was contained a statement issued by the FDA which said it was pleased with the progress made in implementing the various corrective prevention actions required following the closure of the facility.

“Following the verification inspection of your facility at East Legon to ascertain the level of implementation of corrective prevention actions (CAPA), the Food and Drugs Authority writes to inform you that it is satisfied with the progress made in the implementation of the CAPA to forestall any future food poisoning incident.

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) hereby lifts the suspension of catering services places on your facility at East Legon,” the letter to Marwako from the FDA said.

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The regulator, however, noted that it would be conducting regular inspections to ensure Marwako complies with all the directives given to it.

Back in May 2022, Ghanaians dragged the popular restaurant over alleged food poisoning following the admission of nearly 70 people at Nyaho Clinic in Accra.

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According to the unanimous thread that tied all the comments that have been expressed by the disgruntled customers of the restaurant, they suddenly became ill after purchasing food at Marwako last week.

The first post that triggered the tirade had come from one Edward Elohim who also fell victim to the poisoning. 

Edward had alerted the general public saying; “Nyaho clinic apparently has over 70 patients who all got sick from Marwako. this is crazy”.

Instantly, others came out of their shell to share their experience. See the few ones we gathered for you;

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