A Lebanese Shop selling addictive substance in Lilongwe

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The minister of Industry,Trade and Tourism Hon Salim Bagus Mp,is not having it with unscrupulous entities trading without required, formal and legal licences.

On 15th January 2020.

He closed a Lebanese fast food shop in Lilongwe.

Popularly known as “Beirut Market”

Apart from lack of proper documentation,the shop is well known for selling addictive products such as “shisha” to teenagers.

The Hookah pipes were going for K3,000 per session.

These are inhaling water infused with any type of tobacco or marijuana.

They have been given one week to sort out their legal service documentation and the hookah pipes have been banned completely.

The popular addictive hookah pipes

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