Ten-year-old Ghanaian DJ, Erica Tandoh known in showbiz as DJ Switch has stated that she believes it is time to end the abuse of tramadol in Ghana.
After thrilling her numerous fans at Capital View Hotel at Koforidua in the Eastern part of the country during the just ended Republic Day continued to advise the youth to abstain from the drug which is claiming and destroying lives.
Speaking at the event organised by the Ghana Tourism authority urged the youth to desist from abusing the drug.
“I am worried, and I know a lot of people are worried about the rate at which the youth are abusing tramadol in the country. We watch TV and see the bad effects tramadol is having on those who use it, I believe it’s time we all come together to help end the abuse of it to save our brothers and sisters who are involved in it.
“Tramadol has not better to offer us let us all stay away from it and advise your friends at school and those we play with at home who are taking it to also put a stop to it because it will jeopardize their future.
Mothers and fathers should try as much as possible to get closer to their children to listen to them and advise, all I believe it will go a long way to end the abuse of tramadol in the country,” she urged.