A media campaign launched last week in The Gambia will include the warning ‘Cigarettes are eating you alive’, according to a story in The Daily Observer.
The ‘National Mass Media Campaign on Tobacco Control has been set in motion by the Health and Social Welfare Ministry, which will spearhead the campaign together with the World Lung Foundation.
It is designed to discourage the use of tobacco in The Gambia and, eventually, to make the country a ‘smoke free nation’.
The tobacco smoking warnings will be broadcast on the radio and included on billboards throughout the country for eight weeks.
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