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In an exclusive interview with this medium in Freetown on Sunday, January 27,2019, the Executive Director of YEDA Sierra Leone Mohamed Kamara emphasized that revamping the Campaign against Drug Abuse and Alcoholism by youths in Sierra Leone is one of their numerous activities for 2019 by engaging the media, authorities concerned and through community engagements in a collaborative effort to free youths from drug abuse, alcoholism and dependency. He described the youth as precious assets of the country for present and future national development and admonished them to desist from such unproductive actions.

Mr. Kamara further called on government, politicians, and the Pharmacy Board of Sierra Leone to re- double their efforts in the fight against Drug Abuse and Alcoholism as part of curbing crime rate, youth violence and related state security threats to ensure a peaceful and safe society for youth empowerment and development.

He disclosed that he has received two official invitations to attend Community Relations and Local Policing Partnership Board meetings in Freetown and in the outskirt of Freetown.

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