Source: BBC News
A young man is generating quite a fuss online after supposedly consuming cannabis and booze concurrently. Many Ghanaians, however, disagree when they see people using Indian hemp. However, the majority of people have been pleading with the government to legalize indian hemp, but many individuals are unwilling to accept since they believe marijuana has more negative consequences than positive ones. To be sure, there is no scientific evidence to support their claim.
Today, a video circulating on social media revealed a young man who consumed weed and was subsequently seen swimming in it in a gutter.
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Since the video's debut on the internet, it has elicited an outpouring of responses from social media users. Many people believe that the usage of alcohol and marijuana has harmed the youth significantly. Could the country's government legalize marijuana? Kindly share your thoughts with us in the comment section below and don't forget to share with others.
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