Singer supports Kwaw Kese’s call for weed legalisation in Ghana

Samini also called on government to allow farmers to grow the plant even if a ban is placed on smoking the substance in public.

Samini

In Kwaw Kese's recent interview on Joy FM, he called on Ghana’s parliament to decriminalise weed adding that some parliamentarians smoke the substance.

Commenting on the issue, Samini, who claimed he had stopped smoking weed, backed the call by Kwaw Kese for Ghana’s government to consider legalising the drug.

He also called on government to allow farmers to grow the plant even if a ban is placed on smoking the substance in public.

Samini said “We can ban it for people not to smoke on the streets, but a farmer with a good soil can be encouraged to package and export”.

He disclosed that he smokes but does it in private when he feels like it.

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