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World No Tobacco Day

31 May
As the World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) holds, today, World Health Organisation (WHO), stop smoking and no tobacco advocates and civil society organisations (CSOs) have urged the government
7 Jun 2021
Worried about the health implications and disease burden associated with smoking tobacco, medical experts have made recommendations on how to quit the habit.
31 May 2021
As the World No Tobacco Day (WNTD) is marked today, World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that smokers risk 50 per cent chance of contracting acute diseases and deaths from COVID-19.
2 Jun 2018
Civil society organisations (CSOs) and student groups have charged the Federal Government to establish a Tobacco Control Fund as a way of marking the World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), which holds on May 31 yearly.
28 Jun 2017
The consensus among various stakeholders at the various activities lined up across the federation to mark the day was that government should immediately set in motion processes and expedite mechanisms that will ensure effective implementation of the law.

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