The federal ministry of health has taken time out to educate Nigerian youths on the dangers of smoking and second-hand smoke as the popularity of Olamide’s latest hit single ‘Wo’ continues to soar.
According to the ministry, the mention of a cigar in the lyrics of the song and the shot of someone puffing a cigar (of what looks like marijuana actually) in the music video as a promotion of tobacco which is against it’s “dangerous public health content and violation of the Tobacco Control Act 2015.”
See more of their teets below;
— Health Ministry NGR (@Fmohnigeria) 18 August 2017
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