Opposition MP Jumanne Kishimba has said the country should consider legalising the growing and use of marijuana for medical purposes to generate millions of shillings. Farming and consumption of marijuana is illegal in Tanzania. One could be imprisoned for 30 years and, or fined millions of shillings if found with it.
Legislator Wants Government to Legalise Use of Marijuana
Citizen, 20 May 2019
Kahama Urban MP Jumanne Kishimba (CCM) wants the government to legalise the use of Bhang or Marijuana in Tanzania for medical purposes. Read more »
MP Calls for Legalisation of Marijuana Farming
Citizen, 21 May 2019
The rush by several countries around the World to legalise the use of marijuana, either for medical or recreational purposes has attracted the interest of a Tanzanian lawmaker. Read more »
Marijuana Growers Change Trick - Police
Citizen, 25 February 2018
Police have said that growers of marijuana have turned to growing the plant in thick forests to try and evade law enforcers. Read more »
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