Let’s face it. Buying condoms is one of the hardest things for people for fear of being judged. People come up with different ways of secretly buying the rubbers. The truth of the matter is, buying something that has a 99.9% capability of protecting you from the deadly HIV should be done without fear of judgement or favour to the virus.
Recently, Ministry of Health reported that there has been a significant drop in condom use by Ugandans putting the country at risk of registering more HIV infections.
To curb this, Alexander Bagonza alias A Pass has recorded a video to teach Ugandans how to buy condoms confidently because he feels the drop in condom use is attributed to Ugandans fearing to walk into the pharmacies or hospitals to buy the ‘life jackets.’
“You have to be confident. This is protecting your life; buy many because most of them expire very late. Make sure you keep them in a cool and dry place. Don’t be shy,” A Pass advises in the video shared on his social media pages.
We hope Ugandans take Teacher A Pass’ lesson seriously and pass with flying colours.