Naga City holds Stakeholder’s Summit on illegal drug abuse
True to its commitment to create a drug-free environment, the Naga City spearheaded a stakeholders’ summit on illegal drug abuse.
The Naga City takes pride on its “holistic” approach on solving the proliferation of illegal narcotics and substance abuse.
“Illegal Drug Abuse is one of the national issues in the country we need to address, and the city government countered a solution through a values-based and holistic anti-illegal drug abuse curriculum for high school students,” the City government said.
In line with this the city governement held this morning a Stakeholder’s Summit attended by various government agencies
“This morning, a Stakeholders Summit was held where involved agencies such as the Church, Department of Education, Department of Health, Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency, Department of Social Welfare & Development and Naga City PTA League signed their Pledge of Commitment to educate our future leaders,” said the City Government.
Mayor John Bongat attended the said event.
President Rodrigo Duterte earlier tagged Naga City as a “hotbed” of shabu. Naga City denied the allegations of the President.