Ghana’s most outspoken radio personality, Abubakar Ahmed known in the media landscape as Blakk Rasta has revealed that Ghana’s parliament should render an apology to him after they disgraced him sometime ago over a marijuana comment.
According to Ghanaontheglobe.com reports, Blakk Rasta told Abdul Ayi Moment on his ‘Moomen Tonight’ show that he felt parliament took an entrenched position to teach him a lesson when they asked him to apologize for his marijuana comment sometime ago.
He indicated that the marijuana statement he made years ago that Parliament of Ghana chastised him have been legalized which means the statement he made and was asked to apologize was not needed.
Blakk Rasta added that Ghana’s parliament owes him an apology for legalizing marijuana as cited by Ghanaontheglobe.com.
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Blakk Rasta known in real life as Abubakar Ahmed is a Ghanaian reggae musician and a radio presenter of Zylofon FM. He is best known for the song ‘Barack Obama’ sung in honor of the 44th U.S President.
Ghana legalised the use of cannabis for health and industrial purposes. This is after Parliament passed the Narcotics Control Commission Bill, 2019 on Friday (March 20, 2020).
Below is the full interview