Ghana’s Health body kicks against pro-cannabis campaign.

 During the United Nations International Day against Drugs Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the Ghana’s Mental Health Authority (MHA) has maintained its strong stands in the anti-cannabis legislature campaign even with the recent surge in the push for the drugs to be legalized in the West African country.

The Chief Executive of the MHA, Dr. Akwasi Osie said the banned substance posed significant health threat to users. He also said Ghana’s Narcotic Drug Law prohibit any persons from cultivating, using importing and exporting any narcotic drug without a license from the Health Ministry, with offenders liable to imprisonment for a term of not less than ten years.

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