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With Ebola, it was not business-as-usual, Nigerian style; maybe that is why we do not have an Ebola Day, yet. If Nigeria will tackle HIV, it will not be business-as-usual, things have to change, deliberately too. All parties must work together: NACA, the Ministries, government, the media and individuals. And it will not change by wearing a red ribbon, or with NACA just celebrating with a Church Service on November 30, or with us just marking today as World AIDS Day. +Myne Whitman  +Oluseyi Oyebisi  +oluseun onigbinde  +Seun Adegoke  +Adedotun Eyinade  +Tamunoibifiri Mobolaji-Kamson 
AIDS is not a strange word to many Nigerians. Many know that it means more than “to help.” Many know it is an abbreviation for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome; many know that it is a disease that is caused by HIV; many know the ways of preventing it. Yet, the virus for which Nigeria received
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