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Campaigners Demand Quick Amendment to Tobacco Control Law

Region Africa
Anti-tobacco campaigners on Thursday demanded the government amend the tobacco control law soonest to reduce casualties and other losses incurred by its consumption. The demand came at an event on Thursday when four journalists were awarded for their journalistic work in creating awareness and influencing policies against tobacco menace in the country.

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