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DESOPADEC launches anti-drug, cultism campaign in Delta

Chief Favour Izuokumor

By Cletus Opukeme, Warri

The Department of Community Development and Public Enlightenment, DESOPADEC, has commenced  an enlightenment campaign against anti- drunk, cultism  in support of the M.O.R.E. agenda of the Delta State government.

Under the leadership of Chief John Nani, Chairman, DESOPADEC and the Managing Director, Chief Festus Ochonogor, the campaign aims to combat the rising issues of tobacco use, drug abuse, and cultism in the Sapele.


The event, themed “Campaign Against Tobacco Use, Drug Abuse, and Cultism,” is scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 30, 2024, at 11:00 AM at Sapele Technical College.

Hosted by Chinenye Ezonfade, Head of Community Development and Public Enlightenment Department, and Chief Host Chief Favour Izuokumor, Executive Director of Social Services, the campaign promises to deliver powerful messages on the dangers associated with these vices.

The campaign stated the severe consequences of tobacco use and drug abuse, including brain damage, destroyed destinies, destitution, and premature death.

It also highlights the risks of cultism, which can lead to criminality, gang wars, addiction, and turning individuals into societal menaces.


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