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The Nigerian Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has promised to partner with Ekiti State University (EKSU) in its transformation agenda and make the Institution a drug-free zone.

The NDLEA team made the promise during a visit to the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Patrick Oladipo Aina. Led by Mr. Dele Akingbade, the team promised the presence of the NDLEA during the Orientation programme for fresh students who would be enlightened on dangers of taking hard drugs.

The leader of the team further stressed that the NDLEA was interested in sensitizing youths on the dangers of drug abuse. Mr. Akingbade revealed that over 1,000 Indian Hemp plantations had been destroyed in Ekiti State while 69 suspects had been prosecuted in the last one year.

The Vice-Chancellor commended the NDLEA team and approved its partnership with EKSU in the transformation agenda of his
administration. Professor Aina said that the University was in a haste to develop adding that his administration would always welcome organizations and
individuals ready to support the Institution.

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