Marwa Asks NDLEA Officers To Shun Temptations From Drug Traffickers

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The Chairman/Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Rtd), has charged men and officers of the agency to shun any enticement that conflicts with the ethos of their profession as anti-narcotic operatives.
Marwa gave the charge on Saturday in Jos, Plateau State, during the graduation ceremony of members of the Strike Force elite corps in the agency.
“Here is my appeal to each of you: Shun any enticement that conflicts with the ethos of your profession as an anti-narcotic operative. Anything that would compromise your discipline and dedication to duty should be avoided,” he said.
He explained that as an anti-narcotic officer, they bear a huge obligation to remain incorruptible in the face of any temptation that might be sprung on them by drug traffickers and barons.
Marwa, represented by the Director, Special Duties/Commander, Strike Force, Deputy Commander General of Narcotics, DCGN Ahmed Ningi, told the officers that the specialised training and skills they have acquired will undoubtedly enhance their competence in the special role they will be playing for the agency in the war against illicit drugs.
“It is important that I remind you that as the agency scales its operation against illicit drug trafficking, your service will become increasingly essential to the successful attainment of our organisational goals. The special nature of your training requires that you serve as a force multiplier for the conventional NDLEA staff in the field.”


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