Marwa made the call during his visit to the Lamido of Adamawa, Muslim Council and Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Yola on Monday.
He said the traditional and religious leaders had a vital role to play in the fight against drug abuse in the state and the country at large.
Muhammadu Barkindo, Lamido of Adamawa, expressed the readiness of the the traditional rulers to support the agency in the fight against drug abuse.
Barkindo, who was represented by Alhaji Mustapha Aminu, the Galadima of Adamawa commended the president for the appointment of Marwa as chairman of NDLEA.
“We as Adamawa State Council of traditional rulers assure you of our 100 per cent support in the fight against drug abuse and we wish you more successes in the course of discharging your responsibility,” he said.
In their separate remarks, Malam Gambo Jika and Stephen Mamza State Chairmen Muslim Council and CAN pledged to support and cooperate with the NDLEA to ensure its success in the fight against drug abuse.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that both religious leaders assured they would propagate the fight against drug. (NAN)