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The newest hit song titled "Wo" from the Nigerian Singer Olamide, popularly known as Baddo has been banned from it being played by the Federal Government and the Ministry of Health.

The Wo song has seen to have gone viral, trending fast in Nigeria being obvious it's a latest hit but no matter how trending, the Ministry of Health is obviously not feeling the vibe in it.

This is due to reasons explained by them to the public that some lines in the song features where Baddo (Olamide) mentions the use of cigarettes which clearly contradicts with the Nigeria's policy and rules on any advertisement or promotion on Tobacco(weed). Further stating the video made clearly promotes this habit which is considered dangerous to the public,especially the young ones(youths).

Which will hen  prompt the youths the right to smoke, causing risks to their health which includes respiratory diseases to the body.

See their tweets below;



Check more of the tweets;



But this is without saying Nigeria are happy about this.

Clearly vibes from both ends are connecting :D

So, what are your thought on this, comment below


 

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