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Kush: Sierra Leone’s new unlawful medication

Kush: Sierra Leone's new unlawful medication

Kush: Sierra Leone’s new unlawful medication

This film contains disturbing scenes, drug use, and references to self-mischief and self destruction.

Kush – a modest new unlawful medication, is assaulting networks in Sierra Leone.

The BBC has heard reports of youngsters committing suicide or hurting themselves as well as other people.

Clinical staff in the capital Freetown say that 90% of the male admissions to the focal mental ward are because of Kush use.

Police are engaging to win the conflict against the medication.

With Kush use spreading quickly, with ever-more youthful clients being presented to it, Africa Eye columnist, Tyson Conteh, researches the medication and finds out if Sierra Leone can stop the walk of this hazardously habit-forming high.

BBCNews,       Africa

 

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