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Ngozi came to see me the other day, she was crying hysterically, I asked her what the problem was and she told me that her husband was HIV positive. She was scared for her husband and herself and her children. As far as she was concerned, she was already a widow.

I tried to console her, I told her that while it is true that HIV has no known cure, it can be managed with antretroviral medications, most of which are free these days. I reassured her and escorted her back home.

On my way home, I ran into Tunji my dearest husband who promptly helped me with a lift in his car. After dinner I told him about poor Ngozi and her predicament. Like all men, all he said was men sha.

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On my school run duties the following day, I stopped by the local pharmacy shop where I asked for the best condoms they have. The goodly attending Pharmacist graciously told me about Fiesta, she told me it was made from the best latex there ever was, she said it was primed for maximum satisfaction, more importantly, she told me it was their best selling condom brand.

Promptly I bought a few packs. Because Tunji my husband travels out of state on business, and because it is in the nature of men to wonder and become imaginative when far away from home, what better way to protect myself from infectious diseases by placing a few boxes of Fiesta in his travel pack.

I wouldn’t want to end up like Ngozi, I wouldn’t want to become a virtual widow. With Fiesta, myself and my family are safe from HIV and all those ugly veneral disease.

Tunji can get as imaginative and artistic as he likes in so far as he carries Fiesta with him where ever he goes.

Mrs Bolanle Sent this piece.

Notice Board: Nigeria has the second largest number of people living with HIV/Aids. 3.1 million Nigerians are affected including women and children as of September 2017.

Pray for Akwa Ibom Nigeria’s HIV/Aids capital city.

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