The President of Worldwide Miracle Outreach has warned Ghanaian youngsters to avoid being sucked into dubious companies that will ruin their moral values.
God, according to the tele-evangelist, saved him from drug devastation.
“I remember smoking weed in high school.” “I saw the sky close up and I wanted to jump and touch it,” Dr. Tetteh told Kafui Dey about his perilous childhood escapades.
“The first time I preached and I said it at the North Kaneshie Assemblies of God, my parents cried. My father asked me if I really did that and I said yes. I smoked the thing and I saw the sky very close and I was wondering why nobody was touching the sky so I wanted to touch it”, he further revealed on the GTV Breakfast Show.
He also added that his action was influenced by his peers and after that experience, he disciplined himself to stay away from weed.
Dr.Tetteh made this revelation in response to Parliament passing legislation allowing for industrial cannabis production.
Ghana’s legislators successfully revised the Narcotics Control Commission bill to allow cannabis growing on July 12, 2023.