Samini leaves for South Africa to follow his Ganja farming dream

Reports reaching us at News@7 indicate that reggae and dancehall artiste and leader of the High Grade Family, Samini is on his way to South Africa to pursue his dreams as a ganja farmer.

Samini is one of the many advocates for the legalization of weed in Ghana and since that is not happening anytime soon, he has made up his mind to chase his dream.

The news came shortly after a South African High Court legalized the cultivation and private use of marijuana known in their local parlance as “dagga” on Tuesday, September 18.

The “Obaa” crooner has been taped in many interviews outlining the benefits of the contraband to national development.

Samini confirmed the reports to News@7 and added that he’s switching nationality to become a South African because of Marijuana.

Samini told News@7 reporter Baffour Gyawu that he may run at a loss if he doesn’t cultivate more acres of Wee as he himself may end up consuming an acre.

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