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“I Cannot Survive Without Wee” – Ras Kuuku Speaks On His Chronic Addiction

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Reigning Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year, Ras Kuuku has disclosed that there is only one thing he cannot live without and that is Marijuana. READ ALSO: My Husband Is Wasting Government Money On Slay Queens – Popular MP’s Wife Cries Ras Kuuku has said this in many interviews but the passion at which he made … Read more

We Have A Lot Yet Complain A Lot – Don Jazzy Calls for Nigeria to Legalize Marijuana and Make Money from It

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Don Jazzy has called for marijuana to be legalized in Nigeria to raise massive revenue from it. According to him, Nigerians have a lot but don’t utilize it, rather they like to complain that they have nothing. READ ALSO: Officially Official – BB Naija Star Uriel Oputa Becomes A British Citizen In a Twitter thread, … Read more

‘Conscious’ Chief Calls On Government To Build ‘Weed’ Factory As Part Of ‘One District-One Factory’ Project

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This must be a chief who does not want any development to come to his area! Ghanaians irrationally fear a lot of things but our worst fears are reserved for homos*xuals and weed. Those two things, in the eyes of Ghanaians, are the worst sins anyone can commit. READ ALSO: Wendy Shay Has No Money … Read more

Even Those Who Brought The Laws Are Reforming Theirs To Benefit Them — Samini Calls On The Government To Legalize Marijuana

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The preaching on the legalization of marijuana, what we normally call in Ghana as “Tampi”, Obonsam tawa, ganja etc is still at its highest peak on social media and radios. Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Andrews Samini, the leading campaigner of “Tampi” legalization in Ghana, continues to hit on this almost every day on his social media … Read more

Marijuana is 4,000 Times More Expensive than Cocoa and Should Be Legalized — Says Ras Kuuku

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Another day, another advocate for marijuana legalization in Ghana has come out to make their case.

Reggae/Dancehall star Ras Kuuku has called for the ‘international herb’ to be legalized, arguing that it is a more expensive product than cocoa and can make Ghana much more money.

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Legalizing Weed would Make Africa the Richest and Most Powerful Continent — Says Sister Derby

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Yet another Ghanaian public figure has called for marijuana to be legalized as a means of raising revenue for Ghana and Africa as a whole.

According to Wanlov da Kubolor’s sister, Deborah Vanessa, marijuana would raise huge amounts of money that can make Africa a global superpower.

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Kwaw Kese Calls on Government to Legalize Weed and He Would Create 5,000 Jobs out of That

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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.

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Legalizing Weed Can Help Ghana Stop Borrowing Money from Foreign Countries — Says Rocky Dawuni

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Ghanaian international reggae star Rocky Dawuni has joined the calls for marijuana to be legalized in Ghana.

According to the once Grammy-nominated star, marijuana would open incredible economic avenues to Ghanaians and might even help with solving our myriad economic problems.

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Blakk Rasta Eloquently and Confidently Explains Why It’s Foolish for Ghana NOT To Legalize WEED — WATCH

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One of the sturdiest and most consistent advocates of marijuana legalization in Ghana is the radio presenter and musician Blakk Rasta. Long before it became fashionable to advocate for legalizing marijuana Blakk Rasta was beating that trumpet incessantly.

In the intervening years, his position has become more and more popular as many other celebrities have come out in support of legalizing good old ‘weed’, including none other than the late former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan.

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If Alcohol and Cigarettes are Legal, There’s No Reason for Marijuana to be Illegal — John Dumelo

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The growing campaign to legalize marijuana in Ghana seems to have gained an important new backer in the person of actor and aspiring politician, John Dumelo.

Dumelo has revealed that he believes marijuana is just like other drugs such as alcohol and cigarettes therefore if those remain legal then there’s no reason for marijuana to be illegal as well.

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VIDEO: “Weed Smoking Is God’s Calling” ─ Patapaa ‘Begs’ Nana Addo To Legalise It

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Patapaa

The call on the Ghanaian government to legalize the herb with thousand names (weed) aka marijuana “obonsam tawa”, “tampi”, “motia chalk” etc by some popular Ghanaian celebrities have been on the rise after some of the world’s greatest nations legalised the herb.

A few weeks ago the headliner of the High-Grade Family record label, Emmanuel Samini popularly known as Samini in an interview disclosed that he needs a permit to grow the herb.

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Weed Is Not A Hard Drug, It’s A Powerful Medicine Which Cures Blindness, HIV, Cancer And Other Sicknesses — Paa Kwesi Dobble

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I happen to believe the legalization of marijuana is something that’s not as scary as people like to put it. There are many people who smoke marijuana and function properly in society, and honestly if alcohol is legal there’s no reason marijuana should not be since they both effectively alter the chemical composition of your brain to make you feel ‘high’.

Aside my personal belief it also looks like the legalization movement is gathering steam in Ghana, considering not only the artist throwing their weight behind it but even ‘respected’ personalities such as Kwesi Pratt and Kwame Sefa Kayi.

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VIDEO: Ghana Will Import Marijuana From America In 20 Years Time If Not Legalised Now ─ Kwesi Pratt

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Kwesi Pratt

The debate as to whether Indian Hemp (Marijuana) should be legalised in Ghana still hangs around the necks of decision makers as South Africa and others African countries have taken bold steps to legalise it after realising it’s importance to the flourishing of their economies.
Musicians such as Samini, Kwaw Kese, Blakk Rasta and the likes have all advocated for the legalisation of “Wee” with reasons that it would boost Ghana’s tattered economy.

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VIDEO: "Nigeria Will Legalize And Export Weed" — Nigerian Politician Assures Citizens

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Omoyele Sowore

Politicians have their various ways of convincing or tricking people to give them their votes and Mr Omoyele Sowore is no exception.
A Nigerian Presidential candidate and publisher, Omoyele Sowore has promised to legalize marijuana and make Nigeria one of the top exporting countries in the world.

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VIDEO: “Nigeria Will Legalize And Export Weed” — Nigerian Politician Assures Citizens

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Omoyele Sowore

Politicians have their various ways of convincing or tricking people to give them their votes and Mr Omoyele Sowore is no exception.

A Nigerian Presidential candidate and publisher, Omoyele Sowore has promised to legalize marijuana and make Nigeria one of the top exporting countries in the world.

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Marijuana Advocates Call For Weed To Be Legalized In Honour Of Kofi Annan

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Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan was an advocate for the legalization of marijuana and other drugs during his lifetime, arguing in a now infamous essay that legalization and regulation was necessary to tackle the epidemic of drug abuse worldwide.
In the wake of his death, some advocates for the legalization of weed are calling for Ghana to legalize it in his honour.

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(VIDEO) I’d Make Marijuana Ghana's Highest Export Product If I Were The President Of Ghana ─ Uncle Ebo Whyte

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One of the popular award-winning Ghanaian playwrights, Uncle-Ebo Whyte has said if he were the President of Ghana he would have made Marijuana aka ‘Abonsam tawa’ our greatest exportation product.
Uncle Ebo Whyte disclosed this during an interview with Andy Dosty on Wednesday, August 23, 2018 Edition of Hitz FM’s Daybreak show.

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(WATCH VIDEO) I Miss Smoking "Wee" Sometimes — Shatta Wale

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Controversial Dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale has disclosed that he doesn’t smoke marijuana again for the fear of being arrested and prosecuted at the lawcourt.
Even though Shatta Wale is mostly seen smoking “wee” anytime he goes live on Facebook to interact with his fans and followers but has denied being a “wee” smoker because it is against the laws of Ghana.

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Establish Marijuana Factory Under 1 District 1 Factory Policy — Blakk Rasta Tells President Nana Akufo-Addo

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The fight to legalize marijuana (wee) is still on as male celebrities such as Samini lobby’s for parliament to make laws to back the smoking of the herb.
Now Ghanaian radio presenter, Abubakar Ahmed aka Blakk Rasta has called on the President of the Republic, Nana Akufo-Addo to establish a marijuana (wee) factory under the “One District, One Factory” policy.

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(WATCH VIDEO) KK Fosu "Celebrates" 14 Years Of Smoking "Weed" On Live Radio

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Ghanaian Highlife musician, KK Fosu has revealed that he started smoking marijuana (Wee) in the year 2004 — meaning its been 14 good years of “weed” smoking.
It’s really funny how these celebrities sit on TV and radio and brag about some of these habits and you ask yourself, what’s the police doing as it is a crime to smoke the herb in Ghana?

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Celebrities Championing The Legalisation Of "Wee" Should Educate The Public On Its Negative Effects — Mark Okraku-Mantey

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The boss of Slip Entertainment and president of the Creative Arts Council, Mark Okraku-Mantey has asked the likes of Samini, Kwaw Kesse and other celebrities who have publicly advocated for the legalization of Marijuana (Wee) to also educate the public on its negative effects.
Mark Okraku-Mantey was of the view that in as much as the illicit drug has positive effects, it also has some negative effects which he thinks celebrities championing its legalisation should touch on too.

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Let's Encourage Our Children To Research About Marijuana – David Oscar Praises Ganja For Curing His "Kookoo"

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After trying his hands on comedy and failing woefully, former Laugh-A-Minute (aka the unfunniest show of all time) host David Oscar decided to look to music for redemption. And because the music too is not really catching on like that, he has decided to spend most of his time advocating for the legalization of marijuana. … Read more

I Mostly Sing About Marijuana But It Has Never Occurred To Me To Try It Myself – Shasha Marley

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After blessing us with a song about farts and falling off the face of the earth, it seems the “Maata tui tui” crooner is trying to make a comeback into the music scene. Bishop Abbey Jnr, the Sekondi- Takoradi artist better known by his showbiz name Shasha Marley has been away for so long after … Read more

Zimbabwe Legalises The Use Of Marijuana For Medicinal And Scientific Purposes

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blankZimbabwe just followed the footsteps of Lesotho (believed to be the first African country) to legalise the use of marijuana for scientific and medicinal purposes.
According to the Independent, the country has for a while been considering legalising the drug and has finally taken the step towards that which will equally aid as a source of revenue.

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