Good News – Monday, July 11, 2022 Benue Commissioner for Well being and Human Services and products, Joseph Ngbea The Commissioner for Well being and Human Services and products in Benue, Joseph Ngbea, has informed Nigerians against abusing pills relish paracetamol.Mr Ngbea said this on Monday all the device throughout the Struggle Towards Drug Abuse (WADA), organised by Eunice Spring of Existence Foundation (ESLF), in partnership with the National Treatment Law Enforcement Company (NDLEA) in Makurdi.Disclosing that the abuse of paracetamol affects the liver, the commissioner informed Nigerians to remove strictly to prescriptions to handbook certain of distress to their body systems.He disclosed that the Benue authorities became once engaged on a proposal to manufacture rehabilitation centres in the entire three Senatorial Districts of the voice.He pledged that the ministry would remove its partnership with ESLF and NDLEA to guarantee that WADA finished success in the voice.NDLEA commander in the voice, Esther Musa, lamented that the cultivation of cannabis in the voice had taken over the cultivation of yams, cassava, maize and varied farm invent.She called on all and varied to abet the company to nip the menace in the bud by volunteering details to her.The Coordinating Programme Officer, ELSF, Karen Yankyaa, said that a leer performed in 2020 printed that 14.4 million Nigerians dilapidated and abused pills.(NAN) We comprise today deactivated our web online page’s comment provider in favour of various channels of distribution and commentary. We motivate you to affix the conversation on our tales through our Fb, Twitter and varied social media pages. In an technology of counterfeit news and overcrowded media marketplace, the journalists at Peoples Gazette goal to offer quality and gleaming details to abet our readers cease ahead and better realize events round them. We contend with being the balanced offer of honest, stimulating and honest journalism. The Peoples Gazette Ltd, Plight 1095, Umar Shuaibu Avenue, Utako, Abuja. +234 805 888 8330.