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  Buba Marwa chief executive officer of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency NDLEA warned the agency s new cadets against bribes from drug lords Mr Marwa gave the warning during the Deputy Superintendent s Narcotics Course 15 2021 fainting parade on Friday in Jos The president urged them to resist all forms of temptation that could cause them to compromise the agency s rules He reminded them that they were entering the agency at a time when the institution is being overhauled to make it more effective and efficient He added that their four month training at the academy should help achieve the agency s goals of ridding Nigeria of drug abuse and trafficking You walk into the branch at a good time when management has hit the reset button and started redesigning the old system and its constraints Your employment coincides with a time when we are putting in place everything necessary to foster the supportive work environment that makes a career in NDLEA rewarding After receiving the necessary training we expect you to count your presence with impactful contributions to the achievement of the agency s goals in its campaign against the abuse and trafficking of illicit substances Qualities such as loyalty discipline and diligence would help you have a fulfilling career in a paramilitary organization such as NDLEA Let me also make you aware of your current importance to society very few professions offer an individual the possibility of having a direct and significant impact on the well being of society You are part of a community of gatekeepers who are entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the mental health and safety of society from corrosion from illegal substances Today I charge you like this don t disappoint the agency and the society as a whole and more importantly don t disappoint yourself he said Mr Marwa acknowledged that the cadets would face the temptations of the dark world of drug lords and their cartels but warned them to remain upright and patriotic at all times I will not minimize the fact that the world of illicit drugs is a dark and dangerous underworld that must be faced with righteousness patriotism and strong will This is why we are deliberately working to put in place a social assistance program that will protect you from circumstances or conditions that could predispose you to compromise your duties and responsibilities Your education and the training you have undergone should imbue you with the moral fiber to resist the lure of dirty profit which is the weapon of the drug lords Whatever situation you find yourself in during your career think of the common good first and always remember that traffickers barons and cartels are opposing forces with which you must have no fellowship As you take the first major step as anti narcotics officers I wish you a successful and fulfilling career in NDLEA he said Marwa said Friday s parade just seven weeks after the narcotic assistants died in September was another phase in the agency s rapid evolution over the past 32 years He said the fight against illicit drug production trafficking and abuse was stepped up with the posting of new officers to field operations The NDLEA boss thanked President Mohammadu Buhari for his support for the agency and called for more to win the war against drug abuse and trafficking He praised the resilience and commitment of the NDLEA Academy Commander and other agency staff in making the fainting parade a success He urged them to keep the spirit of hard work to stem the tide of drug trafficking and illicit substance use in the country Mr Marwa said the 1 978 new cadets would be deployed to the country s 774 local government regions to tackle drug abuse in rural communities NOPE
Marwa warns NDLEA cadets against taking bribe

Buba Marwa

yle=”font-weight: 400″>Buba Marwa, chief executive officer of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, warned the agency’s new cadets against bribes from drug lords.

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Mr Marwa gave the warning during the Deputy Superintendent’s Narcotics Course 15, 2021 fainting parade on Friday in Jos.

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The president urged them to resist all forms of temptation that could cause them to compromise the agency’s rules.

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He reminded them that they were entering the agency at a time when the institution is being overhauled to make it more effective and efficient.

He added that their four-month training at the academy should help achieve the agency’s goals of ridding Nigeria of drug abuse and trafficking.

“You walk into the branch at a good time when management has hit the reset button and started redesigning the old system and its constraints.

“Your employment coincides with a time when we are putting in place everything necessary to foster the supportive work environment that makes a career in NDLEA rewarding.

“After receiving the necessary training, we expect you to count your presence with impactful contributions to the achievement of the agency’s goals in its campaign against the abuse and trafficking of illicit substances.

“Qualities such as loyalty, discipline and diligence would help you have a fulfilling career in a paramilitary organization such as NDLEA.

“Let me also make you aware of your current importance to society; very few professions offer an individual the possibility of having a direct and significant impact on the well-being of society.

“You are part of a community of gatekeepers who are entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the mental health and safety of society from corrosion from illegal substances.

“Today I charge you like this: don’t disappoint the agency, and the society as a whole, and more importantly, don’t disappoint yourself,” he said.

Mr Marwa acknowledged that the cadets would face the temptations of the dark world of drug lords and their cartels, but warned them to remain upright and patriotic at all times.

“I will not minimize the fact that the world of illicit drugs is a dark and dangerous underworld that must be faced with righteousness, patriotism and strong will.

“This is why we are deliberately working to put in place a social assistance program that will protect you from circumstances or conditions that could predispose you to compromise your duties and responsibilities.

“Your education and the training you have undergone should imbue you with the moral fiber to resist the lure of dirty profit, which is the weapon of the drug lords.

“Whatever situation you find yourself in during your career, think of the common good first and always remember that traffickers, barons and cartels are opposing forces with which you must have no fellowship.

“As you take the first major step as anti-narcotics officers, I wish you a successful and fulfilling career in NDLEA,” he said.

Marwa said Friday’s parade, just seven weeks after the narcotic assistants died in September, was another phase in the agency’s rapid evolution over the past 32 years.

He said the fight against illicit drug production, trafficking and abuse was stepped up with the posting of new officers to field operations.

Mohammadu Buhari

The NDLEA boss thanked President Mohammadu Buhari for his support for the agency and called for more to win the war against drug abuse and trafficking.

NDLEA Academy Commander

He praised the resilience and commitment of the NDLEA Academy Commander and other agency staff in making the fainting parade a success.

He urged them to keep the spirit of hard work to stem the tide of drug trafficking and illicit substance use in the country.

Mr. Marwa said the 1,978 new cadets would be deployed to the country’s 774 local government regions to tackle drug abuse in rural communities.

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