This movie incorporates upsetting scenes, drug use, and references to self-harm and suicide.
Kush – an affordable new unlawful drug, is ravaging communities in Sierra Leone.
The BBC has heard stories of younger folks killing themselves or harming themselves and others.
Medical employees within the capital Freetown say that 90% of the male admissions to the central psychiatric ward are on account of Kush use.
Police are battling to win the conflict towards the drug.
With Kush use spreading quickly, with ever-younger customers being uncovered to it, Africa Eye reporter, Tyson Conteh, investigates the drug and asks whether or not Sierra Leone can cease the march of this dangerously addictive excessive.
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