Commissioner Datti Appointed as WADA ambassador

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) Commandant of Plateau State carried out a special ceremony today, decorating Bashir Lawandi Datti, the state’s Honourable Commissioner for Youth and Sports Development, as Ambassador on War Against Drug Abuse (WADA).

The Commandant, during a courtesy visit to the Commissioner to congratulate him on his recent appointment by the Executive Governor of Plateau State, Barr Caleb Mutfwang, Lauded his dedication to combating drug abuse and rehabilitating drug users, recognizing these efforts with the esteemed title.

Commissioner Datti expressed gratitude to the NDLEA and State Commandant for the honor, noting his active involvement in community initiatives aimed at addressing drug abuse among the youth and fostering healthier lifestyles.

In his new role as WADA Ambassador, he pledged to work closely with the Commandant and other stakeholders in intensifying efforts against drug abuse and rehabilitation of drug addicts.

The focus, he stated, will be on creating and implementing educational strategies aimed at the state’s young population.

State Commandant Mustapha Umar Yahuza expressed confidence in Commissioner Datti’s ability to significantly contribute to their mission of creating a drug-free society, given this new appointment.

He lauded the Commissioner’s dedication and called for public support in their joint efforts to eliminate drug abuse and enhance youth rehabilitation within the community.

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