The Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices (POCACOV); the initiative of the Nigeria Police under the leadership of IGP Mohammed Abubakar ADAMU has described workers as veritable partners in the campaign against cultism and other vices in Nigeria.

In his message to the workers on this year’s workers day, the national coordinator of POCACOV, CSP Ebere Amaraizu said the initiative will achieve a greater result if the workers across the country join the Nigeria Police through POCACOV to fight against cultism and it’s resultant consequences.

Amaraizu also stressed that the need for Nigerian workers to join in this campaign cannot be overemphasized as most of them constitutes Nigerian youths.

“Nigerian workers should join hands to say no cultism and all those vices like Sex for grades, sex for employment, sex for admissions, struggle to get quick rich, those music that promote immoral values and cultures, Internet fraud, sexual and gender based violence amongst others.

READ ALSO  Sex for admission: Watch BBC full video of life inside UNILAG ‘cold room’

“Nigerian workers should strive at times to seek for promotion of decent work amongst our youth for economic growth in line with goal 8 of the sustainable development goal (SDGs).

“The Police Campaign Against Cultism and Other Vices must continue to collaborate with different stake holders as well as the Nigerian workers operating in their various Union bodies in this ongoing nationwide campaign with a view to saving Nigerian youths from the claws of cultism and other vices  and in line with goal 17 (partnership for the goals ) of the sustainable development goals (SDGs),” Amaraizu said.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here