The High Priest and Chairman of Rastafarian Conscious Youth in the Central Region (Baifikrom Nyabinghi House), Edward Kweku Amoah popular known as Jah Eddy is pleading on the leadership of NPP government lead by HE Nana Akuffu Addo to legalize marijuana (wee) to the international market to boost our economy than going to IMF for a Bailout.
According to Jah Eddy, the day Ghanaians are going to legalize Wee is the day Ghanaians are going to gain total freedom and slavery from the international world and can call themselves an independent country.
He further stated that, Ghanaian soil is the best soil ever on this planet earth to produce the best and quality Marijuana (Wee) in the world.
Furthermore, Jah Eddy (Bongo) said one bag(50KG) of wee can be sold out to the international market for about Gh18,000.00
In conclusion, he said legalization of Wee (Ganger) is a huge employment for the youth to end unemployment in the country
Story filed by Senior Reporter S.K Quaye
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