Kwaw Kesse has promised to create 5,000 jobs for Ghanaians if the government does him the favour of legalizing marijuana.
Kwaw Kese has been a staunch and consistent advocate for legalizing the herb whose possession had led him to serve a jail term several years ago.
He made the ‘offer’ on Twitter after reading an article on Graphic Online that Uganda had received a contract for $140m to export medical marijuana.
According to Kwaw Kese, government should take a cue from that and legalize the product and they would make so much money from it, not to talk of him alone being able to create 5,000 jobs on his weed farm.
I’ll employ 5000 people in my farm if Ghana legalize medical marijuana
— Katiboom (@kwawkese) April 23, 2019