Nigeria: Stolpe praises the brand new chairman of NDLEA and says: “Belief in your expertise”
Mohammed Buba Marwa, the new chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Nigeria, would excel in this position, Oliver Stolpe, country representative for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) told The Cable report on Monday .
The new chairman has warned illegal drug producers, exporters, human traffickers and customers about bad practices in the country.
On appointing the new chairman, Stolpes said it would be a positive sign and renew the world’s confidence in Niger’s drug control ability.
According to the statement signed by Jonah Achema, NDLEA for public affairs, Stolpe said during a courtesy visit to the NDLEA headquarters in Abuja: “We have full confidence in your ability to deliver.”
He also said that UNODC is supporting the National Drug Control Master Plan and NDLEA’s development of other drug control documents to eradicate the illegal drug affair in the country. As he said, “As a technical assistance provider working with donor countries and agencies, we look forward to working with you in a different way that produces results. We appreciate the fact that the agency is in a very difficult time Situation is operating But the future of international cooperation is bright. There are a lot of resources invested in international cooperation, and Nigeria is one of the beneficiaries. “
The new chair thanked UNODC for supporting the NDLEA in terms of human resources and launching the nationwide drug use survey.
“The agency has had your support in a number of areas such as capacity building and staff development, provision of communications equipment and development of the National Drug Control Master Plan. The National Drug Use Survey in Nigeria, launched by UNODC and other funded agencies, is the European Union for most Talks an important foundation, “added Marwa.