NDLEA, PMAN unite to fight drug abuse

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) and Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria PMAN, convened in Lekki at the Nigeria Music House for a landmark meeting, heralding a significant step towards addressing the pervasive issue of drug abuse within the nation.

The rendezvous witnessed the proposal of a collaborative initiative between the esteemed organizations, aimed at harnessing the power of music to disseminate awareness and combat the scourge of illicit substance abuse.

Brig. General Mohammed Buba Marwa, (Retd) CON, OFR, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), articulated a strategic alliance with the Performing Musicians Employers Association of Nigeria (PMAN), underscoring the imperative of leveraging the influential platform of music to convey messages of prevention and rehabilitation.

The proposal received resounding support from both parties, signaling a unified commitment to effecting positive change within Nigerian communities.

In recognition of PMAN’s proactive engagement and dedication to societal well-being, the Chairman of the NDLEA bestowed an accolade upon Mr. Pretty Okafor, President of PMAN, in acknowledgment of his exemplary leadership and vision.

Mr. Okafor, in turn, outlined PMAN’s ambitious plans to establish rehabilitation centers for substance-dependent individuals, a testament to the organization’s unwavering commitment to addressing the root causes of drug abuse.

The convergence between NDLEA and PMAN represents a pivotal moment in Nigeria’s collective efforts to combat the menace of drug abuse.

Through synergistic collaboration and concerted action, both organizations stand poised to make a tangible difference in the lives of countless individuals affected by substance misuse.

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