CHAIRMAN, NDLEA, RTD. BRIGADIER- GENERAL BUBA MARWA HAS PROPOSED DRUG TESTS ON STUDENTS OF TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN THE COUNTRY.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on January 26, 2021
The Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Retired Brigadier General Mohammed Marwa, says it will seek government’s approval to conduct drug tests on students of tertiary institutions, security personnel and newly appointed government employees.
He stated this during a meeting with commanders of the thirty-six States Federal Capital Territory and Special Commands of the NDLEA at the agency’s headquarters in Abuja.
Marwa who promised to implement the National Drug Control Master Plan, said toll-free call centres would soon be set up to enable members of the public to give information or seek intervention from the agency.
The NDLEA Chairman promised to reposition the agency and make it more purposeful, resourceful and aggressive in pursuing its target.