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Akeredolu clears the legalization of ‘marijuana’ in the state of Ondo

Akeredolu clears air on legalizing ‘Marijuana’ in Ondo State

The Ondo State Government has dispelled any confusion air on its arrangements to authorize Marijuana in the state.

By GISTOK reviews that Akeredolu had asked the Federal Government to shaft center into the therapeutic cannabis industry as parts of measures to expand the nation’s economy.

Akeredolu said Ondo State, which is known for its fertile land for the development of cannabis would utilize Thailand’s program, which he said is based on abusing the likelihood of medicinal cannabis.

The representative has from that point forward gotten thumps and credit over the circumstance. Shehu Sani begged Akeredolu to put the state’s assets in something more important than the proposed Indian hemp ranch. while preferences of Sowore and Seun Kuti praised the thought.

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In any case, Akeredolu has cautioned that cannabis development is yet to be legitimized instead of reports making rounds. Talking through the Commissioner for Information, Yemi Olowolabi, the senator said the state government was making it lawful.

He said the cooperation with the NDLEA meant that the Federal Government’s agreement to the development of the harvest in the state. “We are still at the initial phase of this issue. Before we authorize cannabis developing in this state, it needs to go through specific methods, and we have started the techniques.

“The help we look for from the Federal Government is the joint effort we as of now have with the NDLEA, which is an office of the administration. “Since we are managing the NDLEA, we are managing the Federal Government.”