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  • Friday, 21 June 2024
Inspector General Warns Against Butterscotch Sales in Schools Due to Toxicity Concerns

Inspector General Warns Against Butterscotch Sales in Schools Due to Toxicity Concerns

The Inspector General of Police, William Fayia Sellu, has issued a stern warning to parents and head teachers regarding the sale of butterscotch in schools due to concerns over its toxicity.

 

In a recent address to community residents and senior stakeholders, IGP Sellu emphasized the importance of awareness and education in combating the misuse of harmful substances, extending the focus beyond just the well-known issue of Kush. He advised parents to prepare butterscotch at home for their children rather than allowing them to purchase it from school vendors. “We have discovered toxic substances in the butterscotch sold in schools, and we have raised the alarm,” he stated.

 

The Inspector General also urged head teachers to maintain vigilance in their schools. He warned that schools could face closure if reports of toxic butterscotch sales are confirmed. Sellu linked the sores found on the feet of Kush victims to the use of chemicals such as acetone in drug manufacturing, which impede the free flow of blood and water in the body.

 

In his plea, IGP Sellu called on the community to join the fight against drug misuse, underscoring the collective responsibility to protect the health and well-being of children.

 

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