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Liberia: President Weah Reechoes Government’s Commitment to Rehabilitate ‘At-Risk Youth’

Liberia’s President George Weah, in his Bicentennial address at the SKD, has stressed the need for the rehabilitation of At-risk youth to save the future of Liberian youth from self-destruction.

President Weah said it is now time for Liberia to adopt policies to fight drugs and substance abuse due to the growing wave of At-Risk youth (zogos) which posed a major threat to the youthful population and to the peace and development.

Liberia is fast losing some of its brilliant young minds to drugs and if no concrete intervention is made, observers say it could be a den of zogos who could one day retrogress the progress and development achieved over the years.

Liberia’s President George Weah, in his Bicentennial address at the SKD, has stressed the need for the rehabilitation of At-risk youth to save the future of Liberian youth from self-destruction.

President Weah said it is now time for Liberia to adopt policies to fight drugs and substance abuse due to the growing wave of At-Risk youth (zogos) which posed a major threat to the youthful population and to the peace and development.

Liberia is fast losing some of its brilliant young minds to drugs and if no concrete intervention is made, observers say it could be a den of zogos who could one day retrogress the progress and development achieved over the years.

Original story on Front Page Africa

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