Nigeria’s HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma Law Does Not Apply To Same-Sex Couples, Official Says

Daily Times: Proposed HIV/AIDS Anti-Stigma Law Not for Same-Sex Couples — Rep
Nigeria’s “proposed HIV and AIDS Anti-Stigma Law is not meant to protect same-sex couples but to curb stigmatization against people living with HIV, Dr. Joseph Kigbu said in Abuja on Wednesday…” (1/29).

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