Give me license to start ‘wee’ farm – Nana Agyemang 'begs' government

Give me license to start ‘wee’ farm – Nana Agyemang 'begs' government

- Nana Agyemang is asking government to engage in broader consultations on marijuana

- The sports analyst says he wants to cultivate and export marijuana for government to rake in more taxes brings to you the latest news in Ghana

A popular Ghanaian sports Analyst, Nana Kweku Agyemang is appealing to government to grant him licence in order to venture into marijuana plantation.

Nana Agyemang in jacket
Nana Kwaku Agyemang

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According to Nana Agyemang, the banned substance can save the lives of many individuals suffering from some health conditions including cancer.

Speaking on Accra-based Class FM, the sports personality insisted that he is ready, thus government should grant him the license to launch the  legitimate business to the benefit of all.

“I want a license where I can grow cannabis legitimately and export it to other countries who have a proper research and development department that can turn this into serious medicine to help us all generate revenue for government through taxes,” he said.

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The sports analyst maintained that he sees marijuana as a “very important plant, that can help us even sustain our lives much longer.”

Nana, in his conversation, revealed that smoking of marijuana sometimes can deal with other ailments that people are suffering from.

He therefore called on various stakeholders to have a broader debate and consultations on the banned substance.

“I think we need to take a second look and have a national debate because there is a serious lack of understanding. Cannabis has been bastardised as something that Rastafarians just put in there and smoke [but] it is much more than that,”  he added.

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