Entertainment of Saturday, 28 March 2020
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The Chairman of the Rastafari Council of Ghana, Ahuma Bosco Ocansey, aka Daddy Bosco, has indicated that the legalisation of weed in Ghana will even more strengthen the neighborhood economic climate.
He said Ghana stands to rewards in various means through the cultivation of weed.
On Friday, 20 March 2020, Parliament passed the Narcotics Management Commission Invoice, 2019, which transforms the Narcotics Handle Board (NACOB) into a Fee with enhanced powers to control and do away with trafficking of prohibited narcotic medicine.
For each the new law, NACOB also will become a Fee with more powers to oversee the industrial use of some narcotic substances.
The new regulation empowers the Minister for the Inside to grant licences for the cultivation of cannabis of not extra than .3 for each cent THC, the major psychoactive compound in cannabis that presents the consumers a significant sensation, for industrial and medicinal needs.
Speaking on the maiden version of Dwabirem Enjoyment on CTV hosted by Kwadwo Preko Dankwa on Friday, 27 March, Daddy Bosco stated: “This will inject a great deal of cash into the overall economy. These are the positives we need to have to appear at”.
“I have acquired a ton of calls from individuals who are really energized about this information.”
He further named for public instruction on cannabis and its rewards to the modern society.
“Public instruction will change the mindset of Ghanaians towards weed,” he mentioned.
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