Amusement of Saturday, 5 September 2020
Resource: Satisfied 98.9FM
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Ghanaian musician and a acknowledged advocate for the legalization of weed, Ras Kuuku has identified as on the govt to pardon men and women sentenced on prices of possession and utilization of weed.
The musician created this emotional attractiveness on Satisfied 98.9 FM’s Ayekoo Just after Push with host, DJ Advicer.
“Gov’t have to see to the launch of individuals sentenced on weed-linked concerns. I have taken up the demand and I am pleading with the federal government to listen to me out.”
Ras Kuuku was riled up with feelings when a number of callers spoke to him through the job interview to share their “heartbreaking and just about unfair treatment experienced at the palms of the procedure.”
Just one of these types of callers who chose to stay anonymous unveiled that he was at this time serving a ten (10) yr sentence for possessing a roll of weed which he considered unfair. “I have served 6 (6) out of a 10 (10) yr sentence at the Nsawam Male Prisons for carrying just a roll of weed and it is unfair. Just a roll.”
An additional, who was lately unveiled from prison also motioned that it is substantial time the govt gave a no cost assortment to the use of God’s generation and cease prosecuting those who employed weed. “The identical weed I was imprisoned for, was quite uncomplicated to arrive about in the jail.”
The reigning VGMA Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year disclosed that he is doing work really hard with some individuals in authority to legalise weed utilization in the state.
“When this is achieved, 1 can just walk into any shop to acquire weed and this will deliver an conclude to the persecution and harassment we experience.”
Ras Kuuku is now advertising and marketing his new joint with MOG New music titled, ‘Gyidie’.
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