There is a looming crisis over the abuse of opioid pain medication, Tramadol in Ghana.
The drug, despite being prescription-only, is sold and used indiscriminately by more young people in Ghana.
Recent surveys have shown the drug is also used among market women, drivers, and in some cases, students.
The abuse of Tramadol, according to medical experts, functions like heroin and can cause psychotic problems as well as damage vital organs in the human body.
This Citi Newsroom Digital video gives a rundown of the drug, its youthful users and the adverse effects of its abuse.