NSAAC continues its drug fight in schools
June 8, 2018 4:48 am
The National Substance Abuse and Advisory Council is adamant in continuing their awareness programmes to help students understand the effects of drugs.
Chief Executive, Manoa Senikarawa says students learn about the impacts of drugs in their studies and have been encouraged to make the right choices.
Senikarawa says students should focus on their education and parents should a keep an eye on their children’s activities.
“The council is advocating on students to concentrate on their studies when they’re at school and not to indulge in substances like cigarettes inhalants and alcoholic substances because they understand that from their studies that all this substances will affect their lives.”
After a video surfaced on social media showing a group of students in uniform smoking cigarettes, NSAAC says students should be mindful of the institutions they represent.