Deadly Drug “Kush” Reaches The Gambia Amid Health Concerns

Deadly Drug “Kush” Reaches The Gambia Amid Health Concerns

Reports have emerged of a new drug, known as “Kush,” entering The Gambia from Sierra Leone, raising serious public health concerns. The drug, reportedly made from human bones that are rich in calcium, has been linked to a series of fatalities in the region. Users have experienced adverse effects, including a heavy sensation in the tongue, which can result in fatal consequences.

The authorities have issued warnings to the public, urging vigilance in response to the dangers posed by this lethal substance. Efforts are underway to address the proliferation and impact of “Kush” in the community. Numerous deaths have already been reported in The Gambia, highlighting the urgent need for collaborative action to combat the spread of this hazardous drug.