Former Burniton Music Group recording artist Kelvin Brown who performs under the stage name Kelvyn Boy is calling on the government to decrimalize the use of cannabis.
According to the ‘Mea’ crooner, for medication purposes and economic benefits the weed which has been illicit since the colonial era should be legalized.
He noted that people should not downplay the legalization of weed with the rescue that when it is made legal, smokers would abuse it because there are several other benefits.
In a conversation with Regina Van Helvert on Rythmz Live on GhOne Television, monitored by BrownGh.Com, Kelvyn Boy noted that, weed need to be legalized.
“You gonna make a lot of money out of it… Yeah not just for smokers, for the money, business wise. It is medicine as well” Kelvyn Boy noted.
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Kelvyn Boy is not the first Ghanaian celebrity to campaign for the legization of weed.
In the last few years, there has been a surge in the debate on whether marijuana should be legalized or otherwise in Ghana.
The likes of Kwesi Pratt, the late Kofi Annan, John Dumelo, Samini, Stonebwoy have all called on the government to change its stance on the legalization of marijuana.