When young people become smokers they will be customers for a minimum of thirty years because they would have been addicted to smoking. Why would they be addicted? Because the tobacco industry has engineered a deadly and addictive substance into the cigarettes called Nicotine. Nicotine works inside the brain and keeps the smokers dependent on cigarettes. Litigation is the only real way to checkmate the tobacco industry and the impact of their product on younger generation. In this book, Veronica Ivoke takes us to a journey of the history of tobacco industry in Nigeria. With profound insight, she draws for us how it all started and how it will end if litigation is adopted as a measure of control against the tobacco epidemic.