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Youth in the country have been advised to stay away from drugs as their residual effects or consequences are hard to control said, Airport Divisional Commander of Ghana Police Chief Superintendent Bismark Agyapong.

He said this when he was addressing a mammoth durbar for over 1000 youth to commemorate the 5th Anniversary Celebration of Van De Wiel-GH.

The theme for the anniversary was “The Youth Against Crime and Drugs” of which parents were tasked to provide parental care control for their children to minimize the canker.

Chief Superintendent Agyapong, a native of Afari was agitated on the alarming rate by which the youth are taken drugs such as tramadol, Indian hemp, also known as wee, cocaine etc without looking for the  adverse side effects.

He commended Mr. Antwi Nelson (CEO of Van De Wiel-GH) for the establishment of the NGO which has supported many vulnerable in areas of education, free uniforms for the needy, providing nutritious meal each day for 200 pupils, provision of furniture for both Afari and Akrofuom Basic schools and empowering the youth into entrepreneurial skills as well as mentoring training.

These he said were a good way to transform the youth as they have enormous and bright future prospects.

Van De Wiel-GH, is a Non Governemental Organisation (NGO) based at Afari in the Atwima Nwabiagya Municipality.

Credit: Hon. Nana Akwasi Kyere (Hello FM /Peace FM Reporter)

Last modified on Tuesday, 02 April 2019
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