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Female Student Infected 324 Men With HIV As Revenge!

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A female student at Kabarak University in Nakuru, Kenya has confessed she deliberately infected 324 people with HIV, according to the Kenyan Daily Post.

The girl, 19, whose name is unknown, says she has set her target for at least 2,000 men acting in revenge after she was infected by a man at a party.

The girl allegedly contacted Kenyan Scandals on Facebook and claimed she had something to confess. After she was assured her identity was going to be protected (the Kenyan Daily Post, however, published a picture from her Facebook profile along with the article) she wrote: “Sep 22nd 2013 is a day I”ll never forget, we went clubbing in town and got drunk with some senior students then went back hostels for party round 2″.

She then explained that when she woke up, the morning after, she realizeed a boy called Javan had s€x with her while she was drunk.

“I only asked if he used a condom and he said yes, however when taking bath I noticed sperms down there, I wanted to commit suicide, I feared getting pregnant and HIV.” When she discovered she was HIV positive, the girl confronted Javan who insited he was clean.

“I was so depressed and took alcohol to die, I even bought poison, the pain was just unbearable how was I gone face the world, I let my parents down, I gave up on the world and just wanted to end my life. My future had been ruined, somehow someone had to pay,” the girl said.

“I accepted my fate and promised to make all men I come across suffer, I know I’m attractive and men both married and unmarried chase me left right and center.

“I buried the good girl in me and became the bad girl, my goal was to infect as many as possible,” she explained.

The girl then confessed she had already infected 324 men, 156 of which are students at the Kabarak University where she studies, the rest are married men, lecturers, lawyers, celebrities and politicians.

“Not a day passes without me having s€x, mostly 4 people per day,” she continued in her confession.

“Your day is coming, you men destroyed my life and I will make you and your people pay for it”

Female student at Kabarak University
“Nothing will stop me from accomplishing my mission by continuing to sleep around, you never know but maybe you have slept with me or your husband, boyfriend, brother, father or any has slept with me.

“Your day is coming, you men destroyed my life and I will make you and your people pay for it,” the girl concluded.

The authenticity of the report could not be confirmed.

After the Kenyan Daily Post reported the news, someone made an anonymous commentclaiming he knows the girl and he has had intercourse with her.

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Cure for HIV and AIDS is possible, says expert

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Prof. Suleiman Akanmu, Head, Haematology and Blood Transfusion, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), on Thursday said that through  continuous research the cure for HIV and AIDS could be achieved. Akanmu told the news men in Lagos that lots of researchers worldwide were looking for ways to shift from treatment to cure for HIV and AIDS. He said it was interesting that there were therapies that could help in the management of HIV and urged Nigerian researchers to be part of the global search for a cure for HIV and AIDS. ‘The future of AIDS in Nigeria is like the future of AIDS anywhere in the world. In terms of research, it will be fine if Nigeria`s name can also come on the map in our efforts looking for cure for HIV and AIDS. ‘That is where we should be researching into, and it is not impossible that we can also contribute in that area. ‘I can tell you that if the present tempo continues the scientific world would have the last laugh over HIV and AIDS,’. Akanmu said that the country had made remarkable progress in preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV by increasing access and integrating HIV prevention, treatment and care services. He said that the country had recorded a sharp decline in the new Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection rate and also recorded significant success in the fight against HIV. The professor, however, advised the Federal Government not to relent in its effort at reducing and eventually eradicating HIV in the country. (NAN)

Culled from thenigerianvoice