‘Too Risky’ hit-making Ghanaian rapper, Medikal is is set to tour second cycle and tertiary institutions across the country with his ‘Don’t Do Drugs’ campaign.
The popular act known in private life as Samuel Adu Frimpong explained the initiative as very dear to his heart, revealing that he has even lost a friend to illicit drugs.
“As a young man and musician, I see a lot of my fellow young ones these days using illicit drugs like it’s a new way. The way our future generation is trying so hard to make the use of drugs the new cool, is a serious bother”, he laments.
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Medikal indicated that he is not unaware of the impact he has on the youth –something he intends to leverage for something positive: “with all this abuse of the drugs such as Tramadol and codeine, I got so scared and worried for our future leaders. For that reason, my team and I decided to do something about it. That is how we settled on ‘Don’t Do Drugs’ campaign.”
Touching on why he chose Senior High Schools, Medikal holds the view that the problem has to be curbed from the roots because ”these kids are the window of hope.”
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He however mentioned that Details regarding the tour will be announced to the general public soon.
Medikal, known affectionately as MDK is a Ghanaian recording artiste/ rapper. He became widely known following the 2017 edition of the prestigious Vodafone Ghana Music Awards where he got the highest number of nominations with seven slots only to go back home on the night with no award at all. He has since been releasing hits after hits and has performed at major and minor events all over the country.
By: Gabla Godwin/ Showbiz Network Ghana
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