Gov Bago expresses concern over rising cases of substance abuse among youths
Gov. Umaru Bago of Niger has expressed concern over rising cases of substance abuse and restiveness among youths in the state and the country at large.
He commended the YOWINCAN for the initiative.
Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Niger, Rev. Bulus Yohanna, lauded the youth wing of the association for bringing relevant stakeholders together to brainstorm on drug menace bedeviling the society.
Yohanna was represented by his Vice, Rev. Ezekiel Ibrahim.
Earlier, the Chairman of YOWICAN in Niger, Mr Emmanuel Loyin said the association was worried over youth restiveness activities where innocent citizens fall prey to their activities with influence from drugs.
He said the event was organised to educate and sensitise citizens on the need for collective efforts to fight use of drugs among youths
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