Monday, 21 October 2013
KIDS SPEND LUNCH MONEY ON DRUGS
Post Courier 22 October 2013
There is an increase in the number of students arrested and charged with being in possession of marijuana in the National Capital District of Papua New Guinea.
Police advise that most students are from upper primary and secondary schools.
Marijuana is a dangerous drug that can make us go mental or lead us to take stronger drugs including speed and cocaine.
Parents are giving large sums of money to children for lunch which encourages them to buy whatever they want. Sometimes children buy drugs from pushers on the street.
Parents should buy lunch for their children instead of giving them cash.