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Legalise cannabis – Kofi Annan

Comment: NARCOTICS DANGEROUS FOR GHANA !

Author:
BENONY TONY AMEKUDZI, ESQ.
Date:
2016-02-28 16:58:19
Comment to:
Legalise cannabis – Kofi Annan


DEAR READING PUBLIC OF "GHANAWEB.COM",

TO RESPECTFULLY RENDER MY SINCERE COMMENTS ON THE ABOVE RELATED MATTER WHICH AT THE CENTER OF A LOT OF MISINFORMATION AND JUST TO QUOTE MY DEAR FRIEND H.E.DR.MR.PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BARACK OBAMA "WRITE-UPS" TO THE CONGRESS OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ON "NARCOTICS DRUGS SYNDROME" AND SINCE THE FACT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF, YOU MAY SEE IT VERBATIM AS FOLLOWS SINCE INFORMATION SHARING HELPS TO PROMOTE BETTER UNDERSTANDING, THERETO:
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED.
GOD BLESS GHANA AND AMERICA.
VERY TRULY YOURS,
BENONY TONY AMEKUDZI,ESQ.
INTERNATIONAL LAWYER/LEGAL CONSULTANT

PLEASE, REFER TO H.E.DR.MR.PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA PROPOSALS TO CONGRESS IN 2010 BELOW AND AS FOLLOWS:

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To the Congress of the United States
I am pleased to transmit the
2010 National Drug Control Strategy
, a blueprint for reducing illicit drug
use and its harmful consequences in America I am committed to restoring balance in our efforts to
combat the drug problems that plague our communities While I remain steadfast in my commitment
to continue our strong enforcement efforts, especially along the southwest border, I directed the Office
of National Drug Control Policy to reengage in efforts to prevent drug use and addiction and to make
treatment available for those who seek recovery This new, balanced approach will expand efforts for the
three critical ways that we can address the drug problem: prevention, treatment, and law enforcement
Drug use endangers the health and safety of every American, depletes financial and human resources,
and deadens the spirit of many of our communities Whether struggling with an addiction, worrying
about a loved one’s substance abuse, or being a victim of drug-related crime, millions of people in this
country live with the devastating impact of illicit drug use every day This stark reality demands a new
direction in drug policy— one based on common sense, sound science, and practical experience That
is why my new strategy includes efforts to educate young people who are the most at-risk about the
dangers of substance abuse, allocates unprecedented funding for treatment efforts in federally qualified
health centers, reinvigorates drug courts and other criminal justice innovations, and strengthens our
enforcement efforts to rid our streets of the drug dealers who infect our communities
I am confident that if we take these needed steps, we will make our country stronger, our people
healthier, and our streets safer If we boost community-based prevention efforts, expand treatment
opportunities, strengthen law enforcement capabilities, and work collaboratively with our global part-
ners, we will reduce drug use and its resulting damage
While I am proud of the new direction described here, a well-crafted strategy is only as successful as its
implementation To succeed, we will need to rely on the hard work, dedication, and perseverance of
every concerned American I look forward to working with Congress, Federal, State and local officials,
tribal leaders, and citizens across the country as we implement this
Strategy
and make our communities
better places to live, work, and raise our families "

(SIGNED BY THE PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)

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NARCOTICS DANGEROUS FOR GHANA !
BENONY TONY AMEKUDZI, ESQ.
02-28 16:58