For millennia, people have been taught not to use drugs. Numerous celebrities have been scheduled to speak on the bad consequences of drug addiction in many secondary schools across the country, but it appears that some pupils are not taking these lessons seriously. Secondary school is the only location where a person can learn a wide range of positive and negative experiences.
Mankesim senior high school has been deteriorated to the point of collapse after five of its students were caught on the internet abusing drugs. The students are uncomfortable in their interactions, as seen by one of them injecting what appears to be heroin or another liquid substance. On the desk of the gentleman inhaling the cocaine, there was also a tablet that looked like tramadol.
These are the same individuals that will graduate and go on to become future leaders in the country. The parents of these youngsters, in their blind zone, assume that their children are occupied with schoolwork.
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