Ogbomoso First Group, a socio cultural organization in Ogbomoso community on Monday joined the National Drug and Law Enforecement Agencies and student body to sensitize the people on the effects of abuse of drugs in the society
The sensitsation programm which was part of the activities marking the 2018 United Nation Day against Abuse of Drugs and Illicity Trafficking held at professor Tunde Afolabi Lecture Hall ,Ladoke Akintola University of Technologu Ibadan also feature the innuaguration of Drug Free Club LAUTECH chapter in Ogbomoso
President of the organization Otunba Bayo Babatunde in his welcome adress decried the increasing rate of drug abuse in Ogbomoso and its environs
He lamented that Ogbomoso has the highest number of users of illicit drugs in Oyo state. Adding that ” we are concerned about the future generations and we intend to catch them young
” Threats from drug is too large to be ignored,we must take immediate action to safeguard our society, drug addiction is a draconian demon that can hold our society, we must never forget that a thousand journey never happens at one go it take little efforts each day.”
Babatunde however call on the law enforcement agencies to be more effective, proactive and adopt the tested strategies employed by other nations who have succeasfuly controlled the use of drugs in their countries.
Yusuff AA Comandant NDLEA Ogbomoso Area Command office in his remark said the command is not relenting in its effort to reduce the influence of drugs among the youths in Ogbomoso.
” Apart from holding periodic sensitization program like this we also raid joints and search vehichles for illicit drugs”.
Onpetu of Ijeru Oba Sunday Olagbami Osekun 11 in while admonishing the students said abuse of drugs demoralizes and kill beautiful dreams
President Elect of LAUTECH SUG Laurel Abiodun Oluwaseun and the president of the Drug free Society GomWalk Michael Adebowale in their separate speech commended the Ogbomoso First Group and NDLEA for involving them in the campaign and promise to not to relent in the bid to reduce drug use and abuse in the community.
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