GHANA — The president of Ghana Drunkards Association, Moses Onyah alias Dry Bone has declared June 11 as a National Drinking Day.
In an audio to press conference, the association’s president urged both its members and non-members alike to participate in the celebrations.
Dry Bone said the celebration is meant to reduce stress and mental problems as well as hardships experienced by people.
“Ladies and Gentlemen as part of measures to ease tension, frustration depression, stress among others. We the drunkards Association of Ghana will like Friday, June 11, to be recognized as a National Drinking Day.
“In order to release our members from hardship, frustration and depression. We believe that measures taken by the association to excite or to ignite members to drink responsibly in order to release all these stress and hardships in the system, will also help reduce mental problems among others in the country,” said Dry Bone.
He also urged those who will participate in the celebration to be responsible and moderately so as to achieve the Association’s purpose.
“Even if you are not a drunkard please do as much as possible to take one shot and be careful, drink responsibly. It doesn’t matter what form of drink, whether it’s coke, beer or any of the bitters.” He added.