Mkpuru mmiri: South-East govs to take action against sale of hard drugs
The Governors of the South-East have said they are committed in their fight against hard drugs in the region, especially against Methamphetamine, locally known as Mkpuru mmiri.
They said all shops and location engaged in selling hard drugs will be forfeited to government, adding that all those promoting the trade or indulging in hard drug shall be isolated to face the law.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Governor of Ebonyi State and Chairman, South East Governors’ Forum, David Umahi after a virtual emergency meeting on Tuesday.
The statement read in part, “We resolved to be very committed in our fight against hard drugs in our region especially the new one called Methamphetamine, locally known in South East as Mkpurumiri.
“We have decided that all shops and locations where any hard drug is sold will be forfeited to the State Government and all those promoting the trade or indulging in hard drug shall be seriously isolated to face the law.
“Rehabilitation of those misled into hard drug is also ongoing.
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“We urge community leaders to give secret phone calls through the special numbers offered by our Governors on security and hard drug.