Our story on “spreading HIV/AIDS intentionally” causes alarm!
Posted by African Press International on November 10, 2006
We carried a story recently on persons in Norway spreading the disease with intent to kill a population.
Many readers have contacted us to find out who the people in question are and where in particular they have visited whenever they go out to party in the bars.
Those who have taken contact are very desperate to know who the disease carriers are, and most of them after they got answers to their questions have decided to go and get checked.
Due to the number of people who have called, and the desperation we sense during their inquiries, we can now conclude that many have been caught in the net, where they have had unprotected sex and are worried to have been infected.
One woman in particular, was very worried if infected, because after having had unprotected sex out there, she has also been with her husband.
When asked why she did it, she said “I do not want to think about why and how, I am just angry I did it without a condom. My husband and I, have an open relationship, but we agree to be extra careful, but here I am in this situation because I became careless after bottles of wine.”
Her major problem is also the fact that she is pregnant with her husband’s child and fears, if she has the disease, she may have passed it on to the child.
Being now 3 months pregnant and contemplating abortion, she is worried her husband who already knows she is pregnant will question why she wants to take the abortion. At the same time she fears to tell him of her carelessness due to fear of loosing him.
53 people have called African Press seeking clarification on the matter, as they express a lot of fear for their lives. Out of the 53 that has called, 32 are Norwegian women. The remaining group are men which include 5 members of the Norwegian parliament the Stortinget.
Meanwhile, we can now reveal that some of the Nigerian prostitutes in Norway have agreed to work with African Press in our efforts to document the sale of sex to the high class society in the country.
In our campaign, we will focus our attention towards politicians, government officials and top company executives.
The woman are now equipped with the smallest cameras not easy to notice so that they take photographs of sex buyers whenever they are with them.
The agreement between those who have accepted and APN will be enforced from Monday the 13th of November and will run for the next 3 months.
APN plans to publish the photographs on the Internet when the mission has been completed.
Due to legal reasons, consultations between APN and legal advisers will take place first, before APN goes ahead to release the list of the persons spreading the disease. When releasing the names, places they visit when in search of their prey will also be made public in order to warn the public of the danger they face whenever they are in such places.
To refresh your memory on the details of our earlier story, go to the link below:
By Korir, African Press in Norway (APN)