NDLEA Advises Institutions To Set Up Rehabilitation Centres

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has advised institutions of higher learning to set up rehabilitation centers for students who tested positive for hard drugs.
NDLEA Director Of Media And Advocacy, Femi Babafemi gave the advice during an interview with newsmen while explaining that the rehabilitation centers will be attached to the schools’ hospitals where new students or returning students who tested positive for hard drugs will be taken for treatment.

Babafemi however reiterated that rehabilitation centers will be guided against attempts by school authorities to expel students that test positive for hard drugs from the school system.

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