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Pres. Buhari Directs Law Enforcement Agencies To Crack Down On Drug Traffickers

In a bid to tackle the menace of increasing drug abuse, President Muhammadu Buhari has instructed law enforcement agencies to deal decisively with all those who import, distribute and sell illicit drugs in the country. Speaking at an interactive meeting with religious leaders in Kano, today, in the course of his two-day State visit, the President expressed concern about the growing problem of drugs abuse in the country. He strongly assured the religious leaders that his administration is determined to do something urgent to deal with the narcotics challenge facing the country.  

 

President Buhari also assured the religious leaders that the war against corruption will be prosecuted with the highest regards to due process and respect for human rights. He asked Nigerians to be patient on this issue, saying that as an elected President he was bound to follow the constitution. Reaffirming his strong support for the proposed anti-corruption courts, the President said to strengthen judicial integrity and the rule of law, such courts must be manned by ‘‘incorruptible judges."

 

President Buhari also used the occasion to counsel leaders to rise to the challenge of the country’s growing youth population.

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