Here Is How Celebrities Reacted To The Legalization Of ‘Weed’ In Ghana – Screenshots


The news of Ghana legalizing the use of narcotic substance cannabis has been well received by some Ghanaian celebrities. How the likes of Abeiku Santana, Samini, Shatta Wale, Ras Kuuku and others celebrated, it as if they where finally rescued from bondage. READ ALSO: ‘Weed’ Legalized For Medicinal And Industrial Use In Ghana Parliament on … Read more

Tonto Dikeh Tests Negative For Hard Drugs


blankNigerian actress Tonto Dikeh has been in the news lately for her marital woes. The actress didn’t help matters with her apologetic post to colleague actress Mercy Johnson a while back making many of her followers question if she was on hard drugs.

However, the actress has silenced critics and reports that suggest her recent alleged marriage challenges are as a result of being involved in hard drugs.

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UK MPs to Debate Legalising Cannabis | Selling It in Shops and Taxing It to Fund the NHS

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Members of UK’s parliament have been forced by a petition on their website which received over 210,000 signatures to debate whether to legalise Cannabis in the UK for medicinal use or not—those in support want cannabis to be sold in shops and be taxed to fund the NHS.

This is obviously going to be an interesting debate but considering the posture of the Tories, this wouldn’t go any far. The Tories have already issued a statement on the pending debate, saying, ‘substantial scientific evidence shows cannabis is a harmful drug that can damage human health’.

Meanwhile, Labour MP-Paul Flynn, who has campaigned for more than a decade for the medicinal use of Cannabis will lead the debate.

The debate will take place in Westminster Hall, the second-biggest Commons venue after the chamber itself, on October 12—and all MPs will be able to take part.

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