NDLEA Unveils Agenda to Curb Drug Traffiking

The new Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Col. Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah on Thursday unveiled a five point agenda, which he said will help curb drug traffiking in the country.
The five-point agenda, according to him, is aimed at addressing the problems of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in the country.
The number one point is to strengthen NDLEA Act, then promote respect for the rule of law, improve staff welfare and provide logistics support.
The rest he said are to improve local and international collaboration and sustain an aggressive anti-drug enlightenment campaign.
Abdallah reiterated that NDLEA will take drastic measures by providing infrastructural framework needed to prosecute the war against drug trafficking.
“Let me assure you that no drug culprit shall go unpunished. We shall take the bull by the horn and lead this all important campaign with every sense of commitment and triumph.
“The agency needs drastic measures to address the infrastructural deficit and provide operational resources. We shall strengthen the NDLEA Act and promote respect for the rule of law. Staff welfare shall be improved and logistics support provided for effective drug control,” he stated.

Author: News Editor

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