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Olamide Rapper's hit song, "Wo," declared a public health hazard

Olamide Rapper's hit song, "Wo," declared a public health hazard

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Olamide on set for the video shoot of new single 'Wo!!"

The Ministry of Health claimed that the video which features ghetto scenes in which youths are seen smoking, encourages second-hand smoking.

The Federal Ministry of Health is not only warning that "smokers are liable to die young," but has revealed its displeasure over Olamide's new song, "Wo."

The ministry has warned the public of the "dangerous public health content and violation of the Tobacco Control Act 2015."
Olamide on set for the video shoot of new single 'Wo!!"play
Olamide on set for the video shoot of new single 'Wo!!"
 (Instagram/Baddosneh)

Tweeting the information via its official Twitter page, the Ministry of Health claimed that the video which features ghetto scenes in which youths are seen smoking, encourages second-hand smoking.
They also went on to list the health risks involved in smoking.

Of course, fans were not impressed by their attempt to lecture, insisting that the video had no influence over those who have chosen to smoke.
See the tweets below:
Do you think the Ministry of Health is up to something good with their observations? Tell us what you think.

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