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Don’t Date A Man Who Doesn’t Have A Relationship With Jesus – Majid Advises Ladies

Celebrated actor and Preacher, Majid Michel has sent a vital message to ladies.

According to the awards-winning actor, ladies should stay away from men who don’t follow God.

This, he added is because, such men don’t know what real love is.

Majid Michel who is now a man of God posited that such relationships are bound to fail.

He maintains that a man must be following God before he can be fit to lead.

Majid’s piece of advise follows a photo he shared of himself on his Instagram account with three gorgeous ladies.

Under the photo is the caption:

“Ladies hear this, if a man is not following God he’s not fit to Lead. if he doesn’t have a relationship with Jesus, he won’t know how to have a relationship with you. if he doesn’t know Jesus, he doesn’t know real Love. #LEADERSHiP”

Most Youths Have Lost Their Source Of Identity – Majid Michel On Tramadol Abuse

The abuse of Tramadol, popularly called Tramol among the youth in Ghana has become a headache for most parents and the government.

It is  a drug originally prepared to help relieve moderate to moderately severe pain. Tramadol is similar to opioid (narcotic) analgesics. It works in the brain to change how your body feels and responds to pain.

However, the drug has unfortunately become a household term on the lips of many young individuals across the country.

The youth abuse the medication for sexual gratification and energy purposes. It is added to some drinks or beverages to give a heightened ‘feeling high’ sensation and pleasure. Meanwhile, an overdose or abuse of this drug can lead to death.

Manny industrial players have added their voice on what needs to be done to prevent the abuse of this drug among the youths.

One of such personalities is actor cum preacher, Majid Michel.

The revered actor believes that the in-take of the drug is as a result of low self-esteem from the youth. According to him, young people only take the illicit drugs to boost their confidence and act in a manner they would never have considered if they were in their right senses.

Majid was speaking in an interview with in the company of his colleague actor, Prince David Osei.

“I think we have to tackle it from the root. I think most of the youth have lost their sense of identity that is who they are taking these drugs. So they believe if they go to take a drug, it gave them the confidence to do certain things they were not able to do when they are normal and it’s an addiction.” He said.

“It is also an appetite so when they become normal {or] sober, they realize the appetite come back,” he noted.

On his part, fellow colleague Prince David Osei was of the view that although the drug is used by the youth to enhance their potential, “they don’t need it.”

Meanwhile, Mental Health Authority and other stakeholders have admonished Parliament to urgently amend the Narcotic Drug Law to make Tramadol an illicit drug.

Several young people have died from the overdose of Tramadol.

Meanwhile, ace broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah interviews  some youths at old Fadama who are addicted to the drug days ago.

They noted that getting access to the drugs is very easy for them. Hence, they’re pleading with the government to put restrictions on the sale of the drug. This they believe will help them overcome their addiction.