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Kenya must step up bid to help smokers quit the killer habit

OPINION

Nine in ten of Kenya’s 2.5 million smokers regret having taken up the habit, according to a report by the International Tobacco Control (ITC) in May.

Kenya must step up bid to help smokers quit the killer habit

By Okanga Nashon | 1 day ago

British American Tobacco to pay former employee Sh5 million for unfair dismissal

British American Tobacco to pay former employee Sh5 million for unfair dismissal

The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Kisumu has ordered British American Tobacco Kenya Limited to pay a former employee over Sh5 million.

Julius Chepkwony | 4 days ago

Embrace new evidence-based tobacco control to save lives

Kenya needs to adopt evidence-based strategies that have been scientifically proven to reduce harm associated with tobacco smoking.

Kariuki Micheal | 6 days ago

Thinktank says new law favours tobacco firms

NGO says some aspects of the Finance Act seek to facilitate the business by giving a minimum tax breather to individuals and businesses via exemptions

Graham Kajilwa | 2 months ago

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