Katsina state commissioner of women affairs Dr Badiyya Hassan Mashi led a rally to end drug abuse among women in the state, in a campaign tittle mother say no to drug abuse.
Hundreds of women matched with her all the way from Kofar Durbi to emirate council, they carried placards with numerous captions in support of the program.
Dr Badiyya while speaking admits of the rally drown awareness of the negative impact of drug abuse especially among women, saying they are back bone of the society.
She also acknowledged Masari’s efforts in bringing developmental projects in the areas of health, education, security, and human development especially among women.
Dr Hassan also sought maximum corporation from parent, NDLEA, opinion leaders and society in general to curtail the growing menace at the grassroot level.
“Women and mothers must be seen to be doing the right thing especially in closely monitoring their wards to know who they hang out with and what they do in their private times. We are going from house to house to educate parents,” she added.
It could be recalled that recently NDLEA released statistical analysis of drug abuse in the state were women led.