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VIDEO: GH₵50m Worth of Cannabis Destroyed by NACOD; Netizens React

NACOD destroys Cannabis
VIDEO: GH₵50m Worth of Cannabis Destroyed by NACOD; Netizens React

Ghana’s Narcotics Control Commission (NACOB) has recently destroyed GH₵50 million worth of street-sold cannabis.

A video of the burning process was captured and has since made its way onto the internet, sparking reactions from netizens.

NACOD destroys Cannabis
GH₵50m Worth of Cannabis was Destroyed by NACOD

Many are expressing their opinions on the matter, with some praising the efforts of NACOB in preventing the illegal drug trade, while others question the effectiveness of destroying the drugs.

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A section of netizens online reacted:

siato, they cant sell it and use the proceeds to do something better, its legal in most of the European countries, at least sell it out

Waste of resources. Cannabis is not a drug, is a plant!

Aww ,we re going to suffer forever 😂😂 a country without vision di3 saa

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