EACGOV Oghenesivbe To Speak At Delsu Anti Hard Drugs Advocacy Launch On Tuesday, May 18.
Patron of Wisdom Class of Delta State University, Abraka and Executive Assistant to the Governor on Communications, Chief Barr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, JP, is expected to speak at the launch of DRUG FREE DELSU advocacy programme with the theme; "The Problem You Can Solve."
The programme is meant to educate students of Delta State university on the dangers and poor health issues associated with the use of narcotic drugs and negative effects of drug abuse.
The event scheduled to hold at Delsu Auditorium, is jointly organised by Wisdom Class of Delta State University, Delta State Bureau of Orientation, and the International Human Rights Commission, IHRC.
Delsu Wisdom class will be raising funds for advocacy, rehabilitation of drug addicts and set them on the right path of life, a process that is expected to eradicate the use of hard drugs within the University community.
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