The Police Wives’ Association of Nigeria led by the wife of the Inspector-General of Police, Princess (Barr.) Asmau Ndayako I. K. Idris have kicked against child trafficking, cultism and drug abuse.
To demonstrate its commitment, the Association flagged off sensitization Rally / Campaign against Child Trafficking, Cultism and Drug Abuse in Owerri, Imo state on Tuesday.
In a keynote speech during her one day visit to Owerri, she hinted that she has been a firm believer in the capacity of women to break barriers and demonstrate exemplary leadership and commitment to family values and peace; add value to life and our communities at large.
“Today I am in Owerri to Flag-off the Imo State POWA sensitization rally which in essence is saying NO to social vices especially Child Trafficking, Child Molestation, Cultism and Drug Abuse which have afflicted many of our communities”, she added.
Prof. Mrs Edna Mathews Njoku (Adajiugo) who delivered the keynote address adviced the Youths to remember they are emerging leaders and as such should avoid Cultism and drug abuse as it is the bedrock of social vices in the society. The revered Professor of Agriculture also adviced Parents especially the Mothers to always be friends to the wards and know their problems thereby checkmating them