Ban smoking in public

DEAR EDITOR, As we observed the World No smoking day on May 31, something crossed my mind. We seem to ignore the effects of passive smoking. So many people still smoke in public even with children around.

DEAR EDITOR,

As we observed the World No smoking day on May 31, something crossed my mind. We seem to ignore the effects of passive smoking. So many people still smoke in public even with children around.

I would like to urge the law makers to consider setting up legislation that would require smokers to be confined to designated areas.

That way, those who do not want to come across cigarette smoke, that has proved hazardous to health, will be protected.

Ange Musonera
Butare

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