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Musician accuses some Ghanaian politicians of smoking weed

Musician accuses some Ghanaian politicians of smoking weed

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King Ayisoba has disclosed that a substantial amount of prominent Ghanaian politicians privately smoke illegal narcotics including marijuana.


Ghanaian traditional musician, King Ayisoba has disclosed that a substantial amount of prominent Ghanaian politicians privately smoke illegal narcotics including marijuana.

He said approximately 90% of Ghanaian politicians smoked marijuana in their day to day lives.

The international award-winning musician admitted that he smoked weed however he was not a fan of alcohol or cigarettes.

The decision whether to make marijuana legal in Ghana has become a sensitive debate in the Ghanaian media.
Notable Ghanaian music personalities like Blakk Rasta, Kojo Cue have all championed the legalization of the narcotic which is banned in Ghana.

The former General Secretary of the United Nations, Kofi Annan is on record to have supported the legalization of marijuana for commercial use sometime back.

King Ayisoba further clarified that when he smokes marijuana it has no damning effect on his body, therefore, those who felt otherwise should cease smoking.

Source: pulse.com.gh

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