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Mavin Records’ DJ Big N Cautions Nigerian Youth Against Drugs

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Nonso Ajufo, the official disc jockey of Mavin Records popularly called DJ Big N, shared a message via his Instagram page admonishing youth to say no to drugs.

In his post, he explained that because he has had the opportunity to play at so many gigs, events and parties; he has seen that the rate of drugs being consumed by Nigerian youth.

He advised the youth to make only decisions that are best for their lives and their future; not crack under the economic or peer pressure.

He explained that staying positive, prayerful and strong will eventually pay off.

“This message is for the new generation….I’ll include myself. SAY NO TO DRUGS. I am opportuned to have played at so many gigs and parties and events. The amount of CRACK/COCAINE, CODEINE etc that the youths are consuming in Nigeria is quite alarming. And I can categorically tell you that most of its consumption is by FEMALES. We might be going through trying times, but we are not dead. As long as you breathe, there is hope. We can blame all the misfortune on a third party, but ultimately YOU AND YOU ALONE can decide what’s best for you. PEER PRESSURE is dangerous and deadly. I speak out of experience of PEER PRESSURE. I was once there some 8 – 10years ago, I had to choose what’s best for me and ME ONLY. Some choices are irreversible.
Stay strong, Stay positive, Stay Prayerful, Stay hardworking. It eventually pays off. #Word.”

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5 Comments

  1. The Real Oma

    June 12, 2017 at 11:34 am

    This message is timely.
    Many of us might be blissfully unaware but drug abuse is fast attaining epidemic proportions in Nigeria. I was too until it came close to home.
    I don’t know about it affecting more females than males but this is something we normally do not talk about but which we cannot afford to ignore any longer.
    SAY NO SUBSTANCE ABUSE.

    • ANONYMOUS

      June 12, 2017 at 1:27 pm

      i guess he meant females are now more into drugs than before not affected as u wrote…i pray this menance is looked into as soon as possible. God save us!

  2. nwa nna

    June 12, 2017 at 4:01 pm

    Hmm.. The need to want to belong so bad is wreaking havoc in Nigeria, it is unreal..
    My advice is simple, stay in your own lane and don’t try to swerve into someone’s lane because you might just get taken out..

  3. Beau

    June 12, 2017 at 5:41 pm

    Say no to drugs biko. It ruins lives. Yours, your family’s and loved ones. Peer pressure and popularity is not worth destroying your future for. If you’re depressed, seek help. Help won’t be found in cocaine or at the bottom of a Hennessy bottle

  4. Jade Edo babe

    June 13, 2017 at 1:06 am

    I’m glad, he mentioned it. Drug and alcohol use is rampant in Naija. And Naijas need to stop being in denial of a lot of things. It’s getting out of control.
    Benin and Edo youths smoke weed like food. Naija women esp runs girls are into drugs than ever. They drink like crazy. Naija men are into crazy things too, drugs, rituals, threesomes, orgies and it’s even the older naija men imagine your uncles, fadas, brothers etc

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