By James Sani

The Kogi State Government is committed to collaborating with the NDLEA Kogi Command to combat drug abuse within the state.

The State Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, Honorable Monday A. Anyebe, made this announcement during a visit to the State Commandant of NDLEA, Commander Umar Yahuza Mustapha, at the Command office in Lokoja.

Hon. Monday A. Anyebe emphasized the importance of developing policies and programs to address drug abuse in the state.

He expressed the need to educate the public on the dangers of drug abuse and called for a partnership between the NDLEA Kogi Command and the state government to regulate drug abuse within the community.

The Commissioner revealed that his ministry is currently working on proposed programs to combat drug abuse among the youth.

Once approved, he said the ministry plans to involve the NDLEA Command in implementing these programs to raise awareness and prevent drug abuse.

“Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo’s administration is dedicated to improving the lives of the youth in the state.”

Hon. Anyebe reiterated the government’s commitment to ensuring a drug-free environment for the youth and urged the NDLEA Commandant to collaborate in this effort.

Commander Umar Yahuza Mustapha welcomed the Commissioner’s visit and pledged full support in the fight against drug abuse.

He assured the Commissioner of the NDLEA’s collaboration in any necessary areas to combat drug abuse effectively within the state.

In conclusion, both parties expressed their commitment to working together to eradicate drug abuse and create a safer environment for the youth in Kogi State.

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