Striving towards balanced tobacco regulation in Nigeria
The recent public hearing held by the Senate to gauge the views of stakeholders in the tobacco industry towards passing a legislation regulating the production and consumption of tobacco products in Nigeria brought together stakeholders across the tobacco debate divide. It was a mix of various groups representing interests on both sides of the tobacco debate.The debates were robust as all the stakeholders – the anti-tobacco coalition on one hand and the tobacco industry, including British American Tobacco and Japan Tobacco International, on the other – were given the opportunity to state their views on the bill under consideration.
Two men arrested by HMRC as part of investigation into suspected multi-million pound tobacco smuggling fraud
A MAN from Dagenham was arrested by HMRC last week as part of an investigation...