Tramadol Abuse: Most Youths Have Lost Their Sense Of Identity – Majid Michel

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.

Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel has stated that the intake of the drug Tramadol by youths is as a result of the level of low self-esteem they suffer.

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.

“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. 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.”

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

Tramadol is a drug which is supposed to be a pain reliever, to treat moderate or severe pains, but has now become a household term on the lips of many young individuals across the country who use is to energize themselves and also as a sex stimulant.

The drug has however been banned in Nigeria.

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