Ban on Celebrity endorsement of alcohol won't make Ghana progress
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Ban on Celebrity endorsement of alcohol won't make Ghana progress


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The Food and Drugs Authority(FDA) in 2015 placed a ban on the use of celebrities for advertising of alcoholic beverages.
In 2020, the Gaming Commission has also banned celebrities from endorsing and taking ambassadorial deals from betting companies.
"Those in the creative art industry should wake up and stand against the ban of advertising for alcoholic drinks and sports betting. This is very sad but it will not affect me but rather other people in the industry," he said.


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