Peace Standard Pharm played host to the leadership of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) on Friday 10th of September, 2021 led by Assistant Comptroller General on Narcotics and the Commander of the Kwara State NDLEA office, Mr. Ambrose Umoru.
The purpose of the courtesy visit was to decorate the MD, Peace Standard Pharm. as an Ambassador of War Against Drug Abuse (WADA) on behalf of the Chairman of NDLEA, Rtd. General Muhammad Buba Marwa, to tell him more about the WADA program and to sought support from him and his company to contribute meaningfully to tackle the war against drug abuse.

In his speech, Mr. Ambrose thanked Peace Standard for their continuous support for the fight against drug abuse. He described the Company as a major pillar to NDLEA, Kwara command, and said he hopes that the company will do everything possible to continue to assist in the fight against drug abuse.
In his response, the MD of Peace Standard Pharm., Dr. Samuel Akinlaja thanked the Agency for the honor done on him and promised to continue to support the Agency as much as he can. He also promised to continue to sell controlled medicines to only accredited sources.

In a similar development, the new Commander of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Kwara Command, Mr. Makinde Ayinla, and his team paid a courtesy call to the company. He promised to assist the company on issues bordering on security and looks forward to a good working relationship. The MD of Peace Standard Pharm also assured him of his support towards moving the command forward.