Dr Ben calls all dagga (cannabis) dealers to a meeting


Dr Ben Dlamini with his friends who came all the way from South Africa Bushy Williams (c) Dr Ben (r) and Chris Jonsson. They came to show their support for his determination to have dagga legalised in the country. (Pics: Lunga Masuku)

MBABANE – A two-day dagga workshop has been organised by outspoken former Registrar of the Examinations Council, Dr Ben Dlamini.
Dlamini is also hoping to generate an income of E10 million through engaging 125 000 farmers in the ploughing of cannabis, popularly known as dagga.
He stated this in a report titled ‘Economic Recovery Cannabis Strategy’ he is hoping to hand over to the police and the King’s Office very soon.
The workshop, according to Dr Dlamini, will be held at the Mavuso Trade Centre on Saturday November 26, 2011.
He said it is aimed at educating interested people on cannabis, a plant that is illegal in the country. “The workshop entails learning about cannabis and the laws surrounding its usage,” he said.
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