Nigerian Drug Law Enforcement Agency (Ndlea)
The Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Adamawa has raised alarm over the worrisome increase in the rate of substance abuse among youths, adding that they now use embalming oil, paint and petrol to get intoxicated.
A young lady from Imo state has cried out on social media, seeking help and finance for treatment her fractured leg. The lady identified as Favour Chisom Osigwe alleged that she was hit by a man on Friday, December 16, 2017.
A man has taken to narrating an ordeal some Nigerian men faced at the hands of a South African lady who was caught in the act of drugging their drinks. The lady intended to steal from them. Many Nigerians have reacted to this.
Some suspected drug dealers were said to have drowned in River Niger, Lokoja, the Kogi state capital, on Monday, November 19, while trying to evade arrest by some officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
NAFDAC has disclosed that 28 numbers of 40-feet containers suspected to contain tramadol from India have been blocked from entry into the country. This statement was made by the director general of NAFDAC, Moji Adeyeye.
A new, bizarre wave of drug and substance abuse in Indonesia has left people worried and completely tongue-tied thanks to the extents youths go to so as to get high. Legit.ng understands they boil pads to get high.