The Akatsi South District Chief Executive, Leo Nelson Adzidogah has cautioned the youth especially the 2017/2018 national service personnel to desist from engaging in acts that would bring lawlessness in society.
According to him, one increasing phenomenon in society is the abuse of “Tramadol” by some sections of the Ghanaian youth for sexual enhancement. That he said would also bring indiscipline leading to lawlessness in society.
“When you indulge in drug abuse, you won’t come to work on time and if your director queried you about your actions you begin to issue threats.” The DCE stated.
On women empowerment, Leo Nelson Adzidogah advised the ladies to stay away from men who chase them for sexual satisfaction but rather focus on their education.
The District Chief Executive made the appeal when the Volta Regional Director for National Service Scheme Ambrose Entsiwah Jnr paid a working visit to NSS personnel in the Akatsi South District at the district assembly hall.
The District NSS director, Filson Dey Gameli in his welcome address, said the meeting was an important one so as to deliberate on issues confronting service personnel. He further commended them for accepting postings to the district.
On his part, the NSS regional director cautioned service personnel for providing inaccurate personal details for printing of their service certificates. He again made the revelation that the NSS secretariat is doing everything possible to print certificates immediately service period has ended so they can avoid the continuous giving out of attestation letters. Mr Entsiwah commended all service personnel in the district for the good attitude demonstrated so far.
In a related development, the Regional Director also paid a courtesy call on the District Coordinating Director Mr Nat Dzadey. He appealed to the assembly to assist them with the needed resources for effective administrative work.
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