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Imams Urged to Encourage HIV/AID Tests

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Imams Urged to Encourage HIV/AID Tests


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The Team recalled with appreciation how the Board mediated a conflict between its members and secret societies in parts of Kenema District.     

Carlton-Hanciles   seized the opportunity to call on the Imams to encourage their members to go for voluntary testing for HIV/AIDS. She explained the benefits of the test noting that one can live a normal life if they are proved to be positive. She said the Board will be organizing a meeting with members of the Council to discuss this issue.

The meeting was climaxed with the offering of prayers for staff of the Board. 

Other members of the team include the Secretary General, Ibrahim Mans Kanu; Director of fundraising, Alhaji Hassan Abdullah Kamara and  Deputy Regional Imam,  District Imam for Moyamba, Alahaji Sheikh Kallon, Imam Central Zone, Alhaji Fuad Kamara and Adviser to President Alhaji Momodu Koro.


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