President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed that the dealing of unlawful medications represents a more serious threat to Nigeria than rebellion and banditry. The Nigerian president offered the expression on Saturday, June 26, at the dispatch of the War Against Drug Abuse (WADA) drive, The Nation revealed.
Buhari, who was addressed by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, said the conflict against drugs is a conflict that should be battled dedicatedly.
He said: “Let me say that this conflict is more destructive than the revolt we have in the Northeastern piece of the country or the demonstrations of banditry in the Northwest or the demonstrations of hijacking that rises above every one of the international zones of this country, since it’s anything but a conflict that is obliterating three ages since I’ve seen clasps of where grandparents are on drugs, guardians are on drugs, and likewise, their wards, their youngsters are on drugs.”
Buhari advises NDLEA to find hideaways of cannabis estates The president encouraged the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to find woodlands in various pieces of the country where cannabis manors are sited. He trained the counter medication office to debilitate drug utilize and indict wrongdoers and dealers. NDLEA clarifies why legislators and understudies ought to go through drug tests Meanwhile, the NDLEA has encouraged government officials and understudies in Nigeria to take drug tests. As per the administrator of the office, Brig. General Buba Marwa (retd), government officials looking for public office, and understudies looking for induction into higher organizations ought to be made to go through the tests.
He said the individuals who should hold public workplaces dealing with the undertakings of Nigerians should have clear personalities and not be affected by any hard medication.