A process has begun towards crafting legislation to decriminalize the use of marijuana and other narcotics.
This will ensure that attitudes to drug addicts move away from shaming them to helping them.
A new report by the International Narcotics Control Board lists the drug as the most abused substance in West Africa.This is Better Than VIAGRA and Has No Side Effects - CLICK HERE to see how to Last 37+ Minutes and make Your PENIS Bigger and LONGER Naturally
According to the report, only one out of 18 addicts gets help as a result of the criminalization.
Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan recently called for the decriminalization of cannabis to help tackle abuse of the substance.
Deputy Minister of the Interior James Agalga has also given hints that a bill will soon be presented to parliament to address the issue on the decriminalizing of marijuana.
Mr. Agalga also added that the current situation where only one out of 18 people receives treatment for suffering from drug abuse, is worrying and must be reversed.
“In Africa only an estimated one out of 18 people suffering from drug use receive treatment each year, which is alarming,” Mr. Agalga said.
Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline.com"How to make your PENIS Bigger, Longer and Last 35 minutes in bed TONIGHT... NATURALLY and No-Side-Effects CLICK HERE