Entertainer and vocalist, David Oscar has revived the verbal confrontation on regardless of whether Ghana ought to authorize cannabis, also called small, proposing that the herb can make tremendous income for the state.
He affirms that it isn’t right for anybody to portray the herb as a medication considering the way that it is characteristic.
“There is a bigger conversation to this whole herb matter than just branding it as a drug. This is a plant that grows in the soil like any other plant does” he argued on Daybreak Hitz, Thursday.
As monitored by abrantepa.com, David Oscar underscored the need for a national debate on whether marijuana should be legalised to enable proper regulation of the herb.
“Why don’t we begin to open up a debate in our schools for our kids to research and debate about it?” He queried. “I think that is the way we can educate people about the benefits of it…”
“A certain KIA track was impounded by NACOB; the street value of that was GHC 500,000. If one KIA track is GHC 500,000, two will be GHC 1m. What about trailers? This has a potential of actually creating millionaires” he added.
According to the musician, aside the economic potentials, the medicinal value of cannabis cannot be underestimated.
Using himself as an example, he said he once took the herb to cure an illness he had been battling for years.
“I had a medical condition. Somehow, I got into contact with it. I had been taking painkillers for two years. This thing came and in less than two weeks, it shrunk” he testified.
David Oscar who just released a single, ‘Never Chat Them’ indicated that legalising ‘ganja’ will not lead to its abuse once there are proper regulations.