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Tramadol, a pain-relieving drug, is officially classified as a weak opiate. However, in Togo and many other African states it is devastating the population. Its use has been diverted, because it is taken to overcome fatigue and withstand oppressive work rhythms. It is always too late when, due to a lack of information and prevention, consumers realise that it is addictive.

Tramadol is a painkiller, officially classified as a “weak” opioid. It is wreaking havoc in Togo as well as in many other African countries.

It is often misused to overcome fatigue and to handle hard working conditions better. Due to a lack of information and prevention, its consumers only discover how addictive it is when they are already hooked…
They buy overdosed tablets on the black market and are unaware of its very serious side effects…

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