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Wo video ban: I’m not promoting tobacco to get people killed – Olamide

Olamide Adedeji, popularly known as Olamide badoo has reacted to the airplay ban NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) placed on his latest song ‘Wo’.

The YBNL boss in a tweet says he has no intention of promoting tobacco to get people killed with his music. The ban came after Federal Ministry of Health led by honourable Minister Isaac Adewole said Olamide’s new street anthem ‘WO’ is in violation of Tobacco Control Act 2015.

It warned that ‘Wo’ video had “dangerous public health content”.

Speaking, the YBNL boss said he loves Nigerians and has no intentions of promoting tobacco in Nigeria.

On his twitter page @Olamide_YBNL, the music star wrote: “No intentions of promoting tobacco to get people killed.

“I love my people, I love my country, one love, one Nigeria #ClearTheAir Oya Wo!”berop

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Meanwhile, the Federal Ministry of health has praised Olamide for coming out to speak against the alleged tobacco promotion in his Wo video.

Reacting to Olamide’s tweet, the health ministry replied via their official handle, “We are in the business of public health promotion. It is not in our mandate to ban music. We thank Olamide for his cooperation. One Nigeria!”

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