Avoid alcoholic beverages - Prof Ocquaye cautions Ghanaians

Avoid alcoholic beverages - Prof Ocquaye cautions Ghanaians

- Professor Ocquaye has urged Ghanaians to desist from taking alcoholic drinks

-He has also invited the National Media Commission to brief parliament on how to regulate advertisements on alcoholic beverages.

Speaker of parliament, Professor Mike Aaron Oquaye, has advised Ghanaians to stop drinking alcoholic beverages.

Addressing parliament on Wednesday, November 14, in connection with the celebration of World Diabetes Day, Prof Oquaye reiterated the role the media plays in the censorship of advertisement or media activities.

He has also called on the National Media Commission (NMC) to brief parliament on methods that have been adopted to regulate advertisement of alcoholic beverages in the Ghanaian media.

Speaker goes wild on Alcholic beverages

Speaker of Parliament, Professor Mike Aaron Ocquaye Source: Supplied

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According to him, the NMC through the Ministry of Communication, should brief the House on ways and means to avoid advertisements that encourages people to drink unduly.

He added: “In all sincerity if a Ghanaian cannot eat normally without a drink, that person should consult the doctor because it may be due to a medical condition.

he therefore announced his commitment to direct committees responsible for communication take it up together with the Media Commission.

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