A yet to be identified man who is alleged to be a classmate of Bola Ray and the special prosecutor, Kissi Adjabeng has advised most young men in the country to stay away from drugs. According to him, he started school with the business mogul, Bola Ray, the radio and television personality who is currently the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EIB networks. The man sharing his experience to the young people in the country says, they should not be deceived when someone gives them millions of cedis just to take in drugs because, he has tried and did not end up well with him. The man speaking says, he had the opportunity from his parents to enter into school but did not made anything profitable out of it because he spends all his time on drugs.
The man is arguing all young men to stop going into drugs because drugs causes more harm than good. Drugs such as weed, cocaine has the ability to cause madness, brain tumor, death among others when you start taking them. Maybe you seem it normal when taking them but the fact is it takes gradual process for its effect to be revealed. Some drugs may take up to five or ten years for an individual to identify the effects. What this man is saying is true because most great men have lost all that they have as a result of drugs. This is an advice to the young men to pay more attention to their future because what you are doing today will definitely have effect on your future. You may take his words or leave it.
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