Concerned Nigerians under the umbrella group, Ika Children in Diaspora, have called on young Nigerians to say no to the intake of illicit drugs and also indecent dressing. The group, led by Mr Isoko Isioma, made the call during its rally in Agbor, Delta State.

The Chairman, Ika Children in Diaspora, Mr Isioma, while briefing the press shortly before the commencement of the rally, frowned at the high rate of drug abuse and indecent dressing in Ika Land, warning that if the ugly trend is not stopped now, it will destroy the future of many Nigerian youths.

He disclosed that as part of the activities marking the fifth anniversary of the group, members deemed it fit to embark on a sensitization rally on the dangers of drug abuse and indecent dressing.

Isioma, who was flanked by his members during the interview stated that they are strongly committed to the growth and development of Ika Land and Nigeria in general, hence, they are not going to relent in their resolve to help make Ika Land a decent and safe place for all to live in.

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He advised youths, both young boys and girls who are into hard drugs intake and other immortal acts to desist from such evil practices before it becomes late.

He appealed to government agencies, parents, churches, associations and spirited individuals to join efforts to build a better society by ensuring that their children and wards did not involve themselves in illicit drug intake and indecent dressing.

He equally expressed appreciation to everyone who has been at the forefront in the war against drug abuse and indecent dressing.

Members of the group who went round Agbor and environs with flyers during the sensitization rally promised not to give up in the fight until a meaningful result is achieved.