“I Have No Intention To Kill Nigerians With Tobacco” – Olamide Said To Min of Health
The YBNL boss, Olamide have responded that the allegation surrounding the video for his hit song “Wo.”
Few days ago, the Federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with the National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) has imposed a ban on five Nigerian song which includes Olamide ‘s Wo! and other four hit songs for the accusation by Minister of Health that those songs are violating the 2015 Tobacco act by promoting the use of Tobacco in the country.
After the ban, Olamide took to his twitter handle on Tuesday tweet that he had no intention of promoting the use of tobacco in the country, that the love he have for Nigeria won’t push him to it
- No intentions of promoting tobacco to get people killed, I love my people, I love my country, one love , one Nigeria #ClearTheAir Oya Wo !
The Federal Ministry of Health replied the Olamide’s tweet, thanking him for replying. They said:
- Thank you rapper Olamide for your response. We respect this heart for the health of the people and your fans. Responsibility!#ClearTheAir