Cannabis in Angola is illegal. The drug is locally referred to as diamba or liamba.
British explorer David Livingstone wrote in 1858: "The Portuguese in Angola have such a belief in its deleterious effects that the use of it by a slave is considered a crime." Cannabis is the most common illicit drug in Angola, and is grown in almost every province of the country.
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