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Here's Way of Comedians and Artists 'War' Against Narcotics

Heres Way of Comedians and Artists War Against Narcotics
Dangdut artists and comedians in SG Pro management when campaigned dangers of narcotic at Taman Wisata Matahari, Cisarua, Bogor.
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BOGOR - During this time, artist and comedians often referred as a close community to the abuse of narcotics and illicit substances.

However, not all artists and comedians close to this forbidden goods. As evidence and efforts to combat the illicit trafficking of narcotics and illicit substances, artists and comedians together with Prevention of the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) held a socialization of prevention, abuse and illicit trafficking of narcotics and illicit substances in Taman Wisata Matahari, Cisarua, Bogor, Sunday (14/5).

Packed in the Comedian Dangdut and Legal (KOMDANGKUM) event, a number of dangdut artists and comedians such as Daus Mini, Ginanjar, Kak Ros and artists who joined in Selti Gamyou Production (SG Pro)
management campaigned dangers of narcotic use while entertaining with jokes and dangdut songs for visitors Taman Wisata Matahari, Cisarua, Bogor.

One of performers, Rosalina Musa or better known as Kak Ros who often became a commentator D Academy Asia did not dismiss if many victims of narcotic use of the artist.

"Hopefully with this event, we can remind each other and provide enlightenment for all of
us, especially among artists themselves," said this dangdut singer from Singapore.

Alex Gamalama as CEO of SG Pro added, all the songs that were sung in this event also deliberately related to the danger and punishment received if doing abuse of narcotics.

"Deliberately this event we like this concept, we expect artists and the public aware of the dangers of drug abuse," said Alex.

Taman Wisata Matahari through its CEO, Hari Darmawan said if it supports the efforts of 'war' against narcotics abuse.
 
"We want to participate in this kind of socialization event, or in other forms in this Matahari Park, we want to participate and take part in the war on drugs in this country," Hari said.




(rnz)