The Cheer News
Health

Reactions To A Woman Who Reportedly Admitted To Mixing Zobo Drinks With HIV Blood

Punch Newspapers posted on their verified Facebook page that an unnamed HIV-positive woman had stated that she had combined her blood with the Zobo she used to infect victims.
Three Ways Zobo Drinks Help To Boost Your Fertility — Guardian Life — The  Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News
(Photo used merely as an example.)
She said in the post that she lacked the funds for medical care, so she started adding her blood to the beverage to sell to as many people as possible after deciding that she could not pass away alone.
She reportedly made the admission when a show host urged viewers to call in and confess what they do in the marketplace for which they aren’t proud and which no one knows about.
These were the seller’s exact words: “When I visited the hospital six months ago, I was informed that I had HIV. I began adding my blood to the zobo I make to sell, and I sell it to plenty of customers.”
You can read more of such stories at The Cheer News
“I use a syringe to draw out my blood, which I then combine with the zobo. I used to be a nurse, but I had to stop after getting the HIV diagnosis. Although I’m not satisfied with what I did, I am glad that I won’t pass away by myself. I’ve been doing it for the past six months, and I ask God to pardon me.” The post is below.
People responded to the message with varying degrees of emotion, and they voiced their opinions in the comments section. Added Ugwuanyi Chinonso Ali: “HIV cannot be transmitted through the digestive tract unless there is a mucosal breach. In addition, the virus has a difficult time surviving in the stomach’s acidic environment.” See additional remarks below.
You can read more of such stories at The Cheer News and Credible News

Related posts

The many health benefits hidden in natural cocoa powder consumption

EDITOR

6 Foods That Should Never Be Placed In A Freezer Under Any Circumstances

Damilola Adesulu

Habits That Can Keep You Up All Night (Insomnia)

Damilola Adesulu

Leave a Comment