DFWA Ghana Hosts Drug Free Sports International Day in schools

The Presbyterian Boys Secondary School felt the presence of DFWA Ghana as a message of “Yes to Sports No to drugs” was sent to the sports team.

 The 27th of June celebration is a means of creating awareness in commemoration of the international drug-free day.

The team noted to the students that some athletes make use of drugs to enhance their skills and do well in sports which is not a welcome development and a bad influence on their skills.

DFWA Ghana Country Rep Mr. Johnson Kportufe spoke to the students about the dangers of drugs in sports and encouraged them to work hard to enhance their skills.

DFWA Ghana also visited Tema Secondary School educating students on sports benefits but not drugs.

The students of Tema secondary school were properly lectured on the dangers of drug abuse and students were allowed to ask questions concerning the subject matter.

The students of Achimota Secondary school were not left out in the awareness exercise as the students were educated on Free sport and no to drugs.

Mr. Johnson Kportufe who is the state rep of DFWA Ghana speaking to the students told them that he stands for “no to drugs yes to sports” and discouraged the students from drug abuse.

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