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Dread-heads are in Minority Among Cannabis Smokers

A cannabis advocate, Nana Kwaku Agyeman, has rejected the widely held perception that all rastafarians or persons with dreadlocks smoke marijuana, claiming majority of those who smoke the substance are ordinary people.

He told Johnny Hughes on 3FM’s Community Connect that rastafarians who smoke marijuana fall in the minority in Ghana.

“Majority of those who smoked marijuana a non-rastafarians; they are public servants, they are big businessmen, they are policymakers, they are lawmakers, they are doctors, teachers and nurses. They are the majority that smoke marijuana,” he said.

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