By Bashir Muhammad Inuwa
A business mogul, Alhaji Hamisu Rabiu has donated 10 units of sewing machines and 6 units of computers to the National Drug Law and Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) to boost rehabilitation efforts and empower communities affected by drug abuse.
Vocational training plays a crucial role in the rehabilitation process, offering individuals a chance to acquire practical skills and regain their self-sufficiency.
A statement by the Acting PRO, NDLEA, Kano Command, Sadiq Muhammad Maigatari that was made available said “Alhaji Hamisu Rabiu’s donation exemplifies the importance of vocational training and technological advancement in supporting individuals on their path to recovery.”
He said “The 10 units of sewing machines donated will provide an avenue for individuals to learn valuable sewing skills. These skills can lead to employment opportunities, entrepreneurship, and economic independence.”
The statement added that “The ability to create and mend clothing not only fosters self-empowerment but also opens doors to a brighter future. In addition to vocational training, the 6 units of computers donated will also revolutionize the way individuals in rehabilitation programs access education and employment opportunities.”
Muhammad Maigatari explained that “By equipping the command with essential resources, this contribution will enable the command to provide comprehensive rehabilitation programs that address the root causes of drug addiction and empower individuals to rebuild their lives.”
The Acting Image maker of NDLEA noted that
“Drug abuse has devastating effects on individuals and communities, leading to broken families, lost opportunities, and increased crime rates. The NDLEA, as a leading organization in combating drug abuse, understands the need for holistic approaches to rehabilitation.”
The signed statement posited that “This donation aligns perfectly with the agency’s vision of empowering individuals affected by drug abuse through vocational training and technological advancement.”
Maigatari stressed that “Computer literacy is increasingly essential in today’s digital world, and these computers will enable individuals to develop new skills, explore innovative career paths, and enhance their employability. ”
He emphasized that “The power of technology cannot be underestimated, and Alh Hamisu Rabiu’s donation will undoubtedly bridge the digital divide for those seeking a fresh start.”
The statement noted that the Chairman Chief Executive Officer of the NDLEA, Brig Gen Mohammed Buba Marwa (Rtd), CON, OFR., through the state commander, Kano State Command, Abubakar Idris Ahmad, CN, expresses his heartfelt gratitude to Alh Hamisu Rabiu for this generous donation.
This act of kindness serves as an inspiration to others, encouraging them to contribute towards the rehabilitation and reintegration of iindividuals affected by drug addiction.