Student Caught With Marijuana, Coke Mixed With Syrup In Cross River

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Parents have been advised to watch out for their children, and the kind of company they keep as “they are leaders of tomorrow.”

Mr. Ezama Castro, the Special Adviser on Education to the Cross River State Governor, Sen. Been Ayade made the call over the week when an unnamed secondary school student was caught with marijuana and coke mixed with a substance suspected to be cough syrup.

The SA who shared the information through a Facebook post said: “We will win! Pictures of Indian hemp were seized from a Secondary School Student. The coke here has substances inside.”

He commended teachers saying they work hard. “Our teachers are working so hard. I commend and thank them. To the glory of God, I have taken some off secret cults. These students are my delegates. I love them,” he said.


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