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Friday, 1 July 2016

Nigeria is world's 8th marijuana consumption




The global ranking of highest marijuana consuming nations now sees North Korea leading other countries as worst.
Marijuana, also called Indian hemp, is one hard drug that medical experts say it could cause infertility in

some people.
The world marijuana consumption ranking has been released for 2015 and Nigeria ranks number eight among the worst 10 countries.

Marijuana is smoked in all countries of the world, though it is illegal in some countries.

As revealed by Ghana Nation, the global ranking of highest marijuana consuming nations now sees North Korea leading others as the worst country where marijuana is consumed.

North Korea is closely followed by Cambodia which comes second, according to the disclosure made by Ghana’s upper east regional minister, Albert Abongo.

Surprisingly, Ghana comes third far ahead of Nigeria, but it feels a little relief because it came out number one in 2014.

Marijuana, also called Indian hemp, is one hard drug that medical experts say could cause infertility in some people and mental disorder in others.

While many countries preach against its use, some activists around the world are pushing to make it legally recognised.

See the list of the worst 10 countries:
1 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
2 Cambodia
3 Ghana
4 The Netherlands
5 Uruguay
6 Iceland
7 Czech Republic
8 Nigeria
9 Jamaica
10 Portugal


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