Ghanaian musician, Black Prophet has warned young people to prioritize their health and avoid anything that can be harmful to them. He cautioned th
Ghanaian musician, Black Prophet has warned young people to prioritize their health and avoid anything that can be harmful to them.
He cautioned the young people against using narcotics, particularly tramadol, and against the growing trend of glue sniffing in society, pointing out that both activities had detrimental effects on people’s health.
Black Prophet urged the country’s officials to implement sensible policies that will lessen juvenile hardships and keep them from deviating from social norms.
Speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on the Atuu programme aired by UTV and monitored by GhanaWeb, Black Prophet urged the youth to desist from indulging themselves in drugs and other uncouth acts that could jeopardize their health.
When Abeiku Santana asked Black Prophet to share some messages with his fans, he retorted, “I would say peace and love to all m fans out there. Stay positive; stay away from tramadol, glue, and all those who do drugs in town. Eat healthy, be careful of what comes out of your mouth and what goes inside as well and stay positive. The leaders must also stay awake and don’t let the youth fall astray. More life and strength to everybody out there.”
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