We Are Gradually Losing Our Young Generation To Drugs- PCC

We Are Gradually Losing Our Young Generation To Drugs- PCC

Despite our Core Mandate which is aimed towards promoting social
justice for citizens and to provide a viable option for Nigerians or
anyone resident in Nigeria seeking redress against an injustice
arising from administrative bureaucratic errors, omissions or abuse by
officials of government, or limited liability companies in Nigeria,
improving public administration in the laws, procedures, practices,
rules and regulations and standard behaviour of officials which are
provided for in the ACT, CAP 37 LFN 2004,
        The Public Complaints Commission has an oversight function of
pointing out the roles of government and agencies where attention is
needed.

In his speech, Mr Mashall Isreal, The Federal Commissioner, Public
Complaints Commission, while addressing the state Commander and
officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Port
Harcourt, stressing that:
“The issue of drug abuse and addiction is very alarming in our
streets, primary and secondary Schools”.
Arrest and prosecution alone cannot solve the problem.  he noted that
the need to increase awareness campaign to enlighten the public More
on the consequences of drugs. Today, Tramadol is like pure water on
our streets, also said that we are gradually losing our young
generation to drugs, adding that PCC is ready to collaborate and
partner with you.

Post source : Gladys Nweke

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