Ghana Drunkards Association to Storm Western region

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The national executives of the Drunkards Association of Ghana says it will embark on a three-day tour of the western region to educate the public on safe drinking and alcohol abuse.

The decision of the national executives to visit the region followed reports of alcohol related deaths and incidences in that part of the country.

A statement signed by the national president, Moses Onyah, fixed the planned exercise between Tuesday February 21 and Thursday February 23, 2023.

Full statement

Following the recent reports on alcohol related incidence happening in the western region of 

Ghana, we the Drunkards Association will embark on a three-day tour of the region to meet with our members to help bring sanity in the consumption of beverages in the region.

Few months ago, a young man’s stomach exploded due to the high intake of our local gin, another also killed his family after getting himself drunk.

Another young man also met his untimely death during a drinking competition and the most recent one happens to be a Police officer who doubled as a bartender, took the laws into his hands and unlawfully cuffed a customer for owing him two cedis after drinking Akpeteshi from his spot.

These and other reports coming from the western region has attracted the attention of the National leadership of the association hence the need for the executives to visit the region to educate members on responsible and safe drinking to help curb alcohol abuse in the region.

The three-day tour will be climax on the 23rd of February 2023 at Santsi spot and Jerusalem home lodge at Apowa, Ghacem junction in Takoradi.

We are therefore calling on the IGP to invite the Police officer for proper interrogation and sanctions. 

We also like to use this medium to call on the security service, distillers, distributors, Regional Minister and all stake holders to support our awareness in the region.

God bless our members;

God bless our homeland Ghana.
Yours Faithfully


Moses Onyah, President

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