The President of Drug Salvation Foundation,Mr Wilson Ighodalo pays Advocacy Visit to Dr.Joe Okei Odumakin. Dr.Joe Okei Odumakin who is the Founder of Women Arise for Change Initiative.
Mr Wilson in his bid in promoting War Against Drug Abuse (WADA), decorated Dr. Joe Oke-Odumaki with WADA Pin lapel and handle over first quarter NDLEA Today Magazine.
War Against Drug Abuse (WADA), is not just a slogan,but a call for civil action for all Nigerians to take active part in this war.
President Muhammadu Buhari stated this at the official launched of the War Against Drug Abuse, WADA, an initiative of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA,headed by amiable workaholic,Brigadier.Gen.Buba Marwa,in commemoration of the United Nations International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Drug Trafficking June 26, 2021
On the United Nations anti-drug day, he call on all families, schools, civil society organisations, professional associations, religious organisations, the academia, community leaders and individuals to work for the common good in order to rid their communities of drug use and trafficking.
He further stated that investing in balanced prevention as well as drug use and drug use disorders produces solid returns in the form of saved lives, healthier populations, improved workforce participation and safety and reduced criminal justice costs.
Many of the risk factors associated with crime and violence behaviours are also drivers of drug use and targeted efforts focusing on this overwhelming dynamics including childhood maltreatment and lack of support can help to strengthen prevention.
NDLEA Special Purpose Committee Member.
President, The Drug Salvation Foundation.