Say no to drugs: Salah


Sun, 01 Apr 2018 - 03:06 GMT

Mohamed Salah during shooting- Salah’s official Twitter account

Mohamed Salah during shooting- Salah’s official Twitter account

CAIRO - 1 April 2018: Mohamed Salah, Liverpool star, participated in" Say No to Drugs" campaign adopted by the Ministry of Social Solidarity and the Fund for Drug Control and Treatment of Addiction (FDCTA), to encourage the Egyptian youth to stay away from all kinds of drugs.

Salah, the Premier League top scorer, was the star of the advertisement of the "Say No to Drugs" campaign. Salah is currently participating in his fourth advertisement for the same cause, in collaboration with FDCTA and under the patronage of Ghada Waly, minister of Social Solidarity and chairman of the board of directors of the FDCTA, as part of a major campaign led by the ministry to implement a national plan to combat drug abuse.

Mohamed Hamaki, the Egyptian pop star, also participated in Salah’s ad where he sings a song that encourages youth to transform any loss into victory and to exert effort to lead a better life and leave the past behind.



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