New Drug Enforcement Administration Plans Announced

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To combat drug addiction and illegal trafficking in the FCT, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has introduced new tactics.

On Wednesday in Abuja, the FCT commander, Mr. Kabir Tsakuwa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) this.

Tsakuwa praised the FCT for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and role as a significant gateway connecting the southern half of the country to the rest.

He stated the command has increased their efforts to prevent people from entering through the main gateways.

He noted that these facilities were in addition to the various parks and gardens that serve as gathering places for the community.

He added that major access points including the Abaji-Lokoja route, the Gwagwalada-Kwali road, the Bwari-Jere road, and the Mararaba/Nyanya road had been provided with a motorized patrol that was adequately planned and guided by intelligence.

In the words of Tsakuwa, “This has helped the command tremendously in checking those that may want to take advantage of the busy roads to traffic drugs along these routes into the FCT directly or on transit as the case may be.”

As he sees it,

To gain the support of the FCT’s traditional rulers, in particular, we make vigorous advocacy trips to all of the FCT’s stakeholders.

The public is now more aware of the importance of continuing the fight against drug misuse and illegal trafficking.

We also make use of the call center that retired Brigadier General Buba Marwa, Chairman of the NDLEA, set up at the following number: (080010203040).

The site’s creators say they made it so users could report suspicious drug activity in their neighborhoods or get aid for drug addicts without revealing their identities so that authorities could take swift action.

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To combat drug addiction and illegal trafficking in the FCT, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has introduced new tactics.

On Wednesday in Abuja, the FCT commander, Mr. Kabir Tsakuwa, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) this.

Tsakuwa praised the FCT for its cosmopolitan atmosphere and role as a significant gateway connecting the southern half of the country to the rest.

He stated the command has increased their efforts to prevent people from entering through the main gateways.

He noted that these facilities were in addition to the various parks and gardens that serve as gathering places for the community.

He added that major access points including the Abaji-Lokoja route, the Gwagwalada-Kwali road, the Bwari-Jere road, and the Mararaba/Nyanya road had been provided with a motorized patrol that was properly planned and guided by intelligence.

As Tsakuwa put it:

To paraphrase, “This has helped the command tremendously in checking those that may want to take advantage of the busy roads to traffic drugs along these routes into the FCT directly or on transit as the case may be.”

As he sees it,

To gain the support of the FCT’s traditional rulers, in particular, we make vigorous advocacy trips to all of the FCT’s stakeholders.

The public is now more aware of the importance of continuing the fight against drug misuse and illegal trafficking.

We also make use of the call center that retired Brigadier General Buba Marwa, Chairman of the NDLEA, set up at the following number: (080010203040).

The site’s creators say they made it so users could report suspicious drug activity in their neighborhoods or get aid for drug addicts without revealing their identities so that authorities could take swift action.

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