Meet Ghanaian police officer & musician helping in fight against drug abuse

Meet Ghanaian police officer & musician helping in fight against drug abuse

- A Ghanaian police officer & musician named Corporal Dennis Nketia Boateng is helping in the fight against drug abuse through sensitization

- The officer, also known as Condemn, indicated that illicit substances such as tramadol have permanent long-term effects on the youth & they should make it a point to desist from such

- Condemn urged other stakeholders to also join in with sensitization exercises that would help lower the growing rate of substance abuse among the youth

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Corporal Dennis Nketia Boateng, popularly known as Condemn in the police service, is helping in the fight against drug abuse with his sensitization campaign.

As confirmed by a news report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Medium.com, Condemn made the statements on the Voice of Ghana Media.

According to the police officer and musician who is stationed at Ghana Highway Patrol Unit of the Ghana Police Service (GPS), the use of illicit drugs has adverse and often permanent effects on the abusers.

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Meet Ghanaian police officer & musician helping in fight against drug abuse

Meet Ghanaian police officer & musician helping in fight against drug abuse Source: Medium.com
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He has advised the youth to totally desist from the use of such substances as they are harmful to the health, sanity and development.

In furtherance, the corporal urged those who took such drugs to stop, as the long-term implications could have dire consequences on their health.

Mr Nketia Boateng also stressed the need for concerted efforts from the public to address the problem before it depletes the country’s human resources.

In conclusion, he also urged various stakeholders to engage in regular sensitisation programmes as they would go a long way to alert students on the dangers of the use of drugs like tramadol and, therefore, make them desist from using them.

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