The ministry tweeted at the weekend that the music video is in violation of Tobacco Control Act 2015.
Shortly after Olamide track Wo song was banned and tagged not fit for broadcasts has reacted to the news.
Olamide’s YBNL Boss reacts on Tuesday , after his latest song Wo was banned and tagged not fit for broadcast.
“No intentions of promoting tobacco to get people killed, i love my people, i love my country,” Olamide tweeted.
Alongside Wo which was banned are four other songs by Davido and 9ice was first flagged as unfit for broadcast by the Federal Ministry of Health. It was twitted by the ministry during the weekend that the music video is in violation of Tobacco Control ACT 2015.