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This is the kind of contribution we would expect our learned intellectuals to make to our society and not fact distorting missions. AIDS needs even more attention than whatsoever political talk.
One point i`ll like most to expound on is; government`s effort in curbing the spread of this virus.Some will say Africans are too irresponsible that`s why they get easily infected - maybe there`s a weak point there. I`ll say our government has kept us permanently impoverished and so some sisters in bonass can`t stand the sight of a ten thousand francs note - condom or no condom je m`enfous.
Some are driving VX Turbo because they are project cordinators or technical advisers whose effect on HIV control is nil.
My local NGO alongside other nine,had to receive 100.000frs cfa each to go on AIDS sensitization in the anglophone neighbourhoods of Y`de. We were trained for two days and when the moment came to collect the little cash, i went in to represent my absent President,infact i was told to sign for 100.000frs despite receiving 90.000frs. I held on to verify and it was the same for all other groups.
Should we take care of corruption, AIDS will be no problem.
If stricter control is placed, the money our paymasters,customs,tax controllers,directors,parliamentarians ministers and the whole thievery team misappropriates could be used to put all HIV patients on a free drug roll. There are carriers who aren`t able to get good feeding how then do they buy drugs even at the cheapest price scale.
Let the government intensify the campaign as if it were news of a fast approaching holocaust, increase medical assistance to the infected,work to give a more friendly image of the carriers so that society will accept them more as well as strengthen carriers rights vis-a-vis their employers and society as a whole.

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