Quite simply, because he was a brave enough to stand for what he believed in.
Months prior to his death, Ambrosini boldly told parliament why the legalisation of medical marijuana was so important for South Africa – and he didn’t care if anyone judged him. He didn’t need to refer to case studies on how its use was beneficial – he was terminally ill with cancer and a walking example.
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