Sep 5, 2017 @ 19:08

Dangerous Drugs Board (DDB) chairman Dionisio Santiago has chided the media for focusing extra on the killings of drug suspects than the federal government’s anti-narcotics program.

In a press briefing in Malacañang Tuesday (September 5), Santiago lamented concerning the supposed lack of coverage of the federal government’s anti-drug marketing campaign.

edia coverage, you’re extra to report ang isang barilan na might wounded. Banner headline ‘yan.

“Itong effort namin, according to my people, 1:7. Ang effectiveness namin, for one person — for our advocacy campaign — seven persons sa law enforcement, pero dinadyaryo niyo ba kami?” he requested.

Santiago mentioned the DDB and the administration is bent on stopping the drug menace by, partially, educating individuals about its harmful results. He mentioned the media can play a job by serving to authorities disseminate info.

“Parang itong isang produktong bad for the health, bad for the body and bad for the country in general,” he mentioned of unlawful medication.