Concern over the number of Nigerians involve in drug trafficking, government has not risen up to tackle the problem event with a staggering number of Nigerian nations on death role in various countries across the globe.
Well it may be fact they economic greed contribute to many taking to dealing in drugs to make ends meet, concern over other stimulating factors should also be looked into to address this suicidal risk – taken by many Nigerian nationals to break even.
Political influences and new – turn in lifestyle by Nigerians, mostly the wealthy, is also a contributing factor that – not only the government but also religious leaders and institutions should take to account if this scourge has to be addresses.
Here is an extract from the motion raises and discussed, as part if the destructive effects of dealing in drugs.
Contributing to the motion, Senator Jibrin Barau (APC, Kano North) said the rates at which housewives are abusing drugs are alarming.
“We need to do something about, it has gone beyond youth and now it is very prevalent among married women. Women who are in charge of upbringing of children are now drugs addicts,” he said.
The Senate however urged the Federal Government to restructure and reposition the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to be able to meet the challenges of evasive drug traffickers using Nigerians to traffic drugs.