ALPs Takes Campaign against Drug Abuse and Misuse to Iyana-Ipaja Traders
Poised to stem the tide of drug abuse and misuse in the society, the Association of Lady Pharmacists (ALPs) Lagos Branch, has laid bare before the Iyana-Ipaja market men and women, the severe consequences of indulging in wrong usage of drugs, stating that it could cost them their lives.
The one- advocacy, held on Tuesday, 15 August, 2017, was part of the activities of Lady Pharmacists in Lagos to mark the 2017 Lagos Pharmacy Week, and it was well graced by stakeholders and participants.
The Keynote Speaker, Pharm. Tawa Arilesere warned the traders of the inherent dangers of mixing drugs together, saying the consequences usually outweigh the act, thus she warned them to desist from it.
Some of the notable persons that graced the occasion include: Alimosho Local Government Chairman, represented by his wife, Hajia Kabirat Bello Suleiman; Pharm. Deji Oshinoiki, as the father of the day; Pastor (Mrs) Stella Adekoya, as the mother of the day; Pharm. (Mrs) Tawa Arilesere, keynote speaker; ALPs former national chairman, Pharm.(Chief) Yetunde Morohundiya, ACPN Lagos Chairman, Pharm.(Mrs) Abiola Paul-ozeh, and others.