‘Nigeria’s insecurity heightened by drug abuse’ | Dailytrust

‘Nigeria’s insecurity heightened by drug abuse’

NDLEA boss, Buba Marwa
NDLEA boss, Buba Marwa

The Commander of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Benue State, Esther Lami Musa, on Saturday said the different faces of current insecurity in the country are heightened by drug abuse.

Musa, who led her agency and other stakeholders on a road walk on the major streets of Makurdi, said the increased use of outlawed drugs among youths caused them to do abominable things.

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“It is a health problem as well as a humanitarian challenge because of the crisis that we are currently experiencing as a result of drug abuse.”

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