Desist from drugs, sakawa for brighter future – Frafra Chief tells youth
The newly installed Frafra Chief of Central Region, Sariki Osman Asodenna Tanga has entreated the Ghanaian youth to seek a brighter future and desist from drugs and Sakawa
The menace of drug abuse and cybercrime (Sakawa) is said to have been rising higher in various societies across the country Ghana.
The above-mentioned menace is gradually influencing, manipulating, and destroying the lives of the Ghanaian youths who are said to be the future leaders of the country.
For this reason, the newly installed Frafra Chief of Central Region, Sariki Osman Asodenna Tanga has cautioned Ghanaians especially, the entire youth to run away from drugs such as Indian hemp (weed) cocaine, Tramadol, and others which can easily ruin their bright future.
He explained that it is highly impossible for drug addicts to become Presidents, Ministers, or any high-profile personality in the country.
Sariki Osman Asodenna Tanga made this pronouncement in an exclusive interview with SN24 News reporter, Alex Donkoh during his coronation ceremony yesterday at Kasoa on the theme: pushing the agenda of Frafra youth with Unity, peace, and love.
The traditional leader moreover expressed passionate concerns about the high rate of cybercrime popularly known as ‘Sakawa’ in the country, stating that the youth should stay away from the act.
By: Alex Donkoh, Central Region