The Ningo-Prampram Member of Parliament chastises young people vehemently for the long-term risks associated with smoking shisha.
During a live studio debate about the closing of the Renal Unit Out and the unexpected rise in kidney-related diseases in Ghana on Joy News, the MP opened up completely. Sam George fiercely contended that the primary reason for the increase in cases is that young people have turned to smoking shisha.
The esteemed MP acknowledged that kidney problems can occur in certain situations and that it is not their fault if they do, but he completely blames the lifestyles of the young people who have these ailments.
“Most young people are reporting having these issues.” It’s just a terrible, careless way to live. Sam went on, “You see young people putting off steam like locomotive engines when you drive around Accra and East Legon.”
He also mentioned the prevalence of alcoholic beverages, junk food, and aphrodisiacs as contributing contributors to the nation’s rising kidney-related disease rates.
Despite having a population of only 33 million, our nation produces more than 100 varieties of bitters. Aphrodisiacs of various types—all kinds of combinations. We really are a generation of sex-obsessed people who will do anything to support their position. Lamented Sam George.
“We are eating the wrong foods, drinking the wrong beverages, and smoking the hell out of our lungs.” He remarked, “I mean, as a nation, we really need to examine our life decisions. It’s a problem; it’s a pandemic”.
Source: 1Family Radio