Naira Marley joins NDLEA’s war on illicit drugs
British-Nigerian singer Azeez Adeshina Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley, has urged youths to shun drug abuse.
He said the side effects of substance abuse can never be overemphasised.
The Marlian boss spoke during his visit to the chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Brig Gen Mohamed Buba Marwa (retd.), on Thursday in Abuja.
He said he joined the NDLEA’s War Against Drug Abuse (WADA) advocacy campaign to support the agency in its fight against drug abuse among youths in the country.
Naira Marley said: “I would like to urge my fans, Marlians, and all the Nigerian youths, to stop doing drugs because it is not good for your wellbeing. Let’s all stop substance abuse in any form.
“I have keyed into this campaign [War Against Drug Abuse] to support NDLEA to stop drug [abuse] in the streets. Drug abuse is really not good. It makes you go back to crimes. It does a lot of things to you.”