The Ghana Narcotic Control Commission has in a public notice, revealed how the commission has been overwhelmed with countless of applications from individuals and companies writing to the commission for license to begin the cultivation of cannabis.

On Friday the 20th of March 2020, the parliament of Ghana passed into law the Narcotics Control Commission Bill, 2019.

The law makes the country’s Narcotics Control Board (NACOB) a Commission with enhanced powers to oversee the industrial use of some narcotic substances.

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Most individuals and enterprises upon receiving this news, rushed to the commission requesting for licence to begin the cultivation of cannabis. Responding to the applications received , the Commission has said that, though Section 43 of Act 1019 makes secial rovisions relating to Cannabis, the Legislative Instrument requisite for the implementation of the special provision is yet to be passed by Parliament and as such, No License shall be given for the cultivation of Cannabis with 0.3% THC content on dry weight basis.

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The commission also warn the public against scrupulous individuals who are bent on using the confusion in the public to defraud unsuspecting clients.

Find attached statement:

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