The Governor of Kano State Abdullahi Ganduje has revealed that plans are in progress to start necessary drug tests for political office holders, government workers and understudies looking for entrance into tertiary foundations in the state.
In an announcement marked by the State Commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammed Garba, on Friday, to stamp the International Day Against Drug Abuse, Ganduje said the obligatory drug test would start when the state Drug Administration Agency starts activity.
The Ganduje-driven organization has been energetic about battling illegal medication dealing and misuse and has set up a team.
The governor established projects planned for diminishing drugs misuse. This incorporates setting up and smoothing out exercises for the state Task Force board of trustees, which had captured and annihilated around a billion naira worth of drugs,said the governor.
He called for forceful mainstreaming and internet based life crusades against the danger of drugs which had jeopardized numerous lives and economies of countries.
NAN reports that the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed each June 26 as the International Day Against Drug Abuse and unlawful dealing.
It is planned for communicating its assurance to accomplish the objective of an International Society liberated from sedate maltreatment.
The 2020 topic of the day “Better information for better consideration” underlines the need to improve comprehension of the world’s drugs issue