- Mudashiru Obasa, Speaker of the Lagos State Parliament, has pledged to help the NDLEA fight drug abuse in the state
- According to his Chief press spokesman Eromosele Ebhomele told the spokesman that state lawmakers would continue to promote the agency’s good course
- Obasa, who expressed his confidence in the NDLEA’s progress so far, stated that joint support would strengthen and maintain a safer Lagos
Lagos State – The Lagos State House Speaker of the Assembly , Rt Hon (Dr) Mudashiru Obasa, has expanded its support for the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
In a statement by his chief press officer Eromosele Ebhomele, the speaker promised that the Legislators The Fight Against Substance Abuse And Its Out Effects on Youth and State Residents.
Obasa made the promise when he met senior NDLEA officials under the leadership of their state commander on Thursday, October 7th Ralph Igwenagu received.
The speaker expressed the hope that a collective fight against the societal challenge would help to maintain a safe and well-protected Lagos.
He said he was not surprised that Lagos was described as one of the drug abuse epicentres in the country and noted that an influx of people from other states should be expected. < / p>
“I am not disappointed that Lagos was ranked number one. Lagos has become a place of residence for everyone – the good and the bad – and this has become a challenge for the government.
“This is why it is difficult for the Lagos government to plan projects. If you project for a certain number of people this year, your projection will be received by the state more than three times this year.
“That is why we are trying to support the federal government by equipping the rapid response group. We have also set up the Security Trust Fund, the Neighborhood Safety Corps, the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) and others to ensure that life and property are protected. “
He added that stakeholder collaboration is important as the negative effects of substance abuse affect everyone as some are involved in criminal activity.
Obasa praised the NDLEA officials continue to attend a recent stakeholder meeting organized by the House of Representatives to educate residents about drug abuse.
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He described the APC chief as a collector’s figure and a bearer of hope for progressive leadership in Nigeria.
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The photos taken during the visit showed that the former The state governor smiled and was excited.