Military Chiefs to present paper on solutions to youth violence



The Cabinet again examined the subject of youth violence, springing most often from troubled youth. 

The Cabinet awaits the paper to be submitted by the former Lieutenant Colonel of the ABDF, noting that several institutions will be required to play leading roles.

That will include sporting institutions, the Police and the Military, the Church communities, the schools, several Ministries, the social workers and professionals who will all have a role to play in tackling this challenge.

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  1. There is very little discipline at ABDF. These officers having children with privates.
    Losing their weapons and not responsible enough to report it to the public.
    Soldiers abusing drugs.
    Male Soldiers beating up their girl friends.
    Soldiers stealing from each other.
    Disrespectful on the street.
    Male Soldiers Wearing their pants below their bottoms on the street.
    Let me ease up here.
    There is no discipline at ABDF

  2. The so called missing the ball here..stop looking at external bodies to tell you what’s going on with the youth. should pay a visit to the homes of these their parents..see what their home situation is really like..I guarantee it will be an eye opening experience..many families are struggling financially..emotionally..mentally..children being abused..single mothers not able to provide for their teenage children..

    The so called cabinet seems only to be in the business of making’s priorities are all screwed!! Lawless!! Everyman for himself!!

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