Criselda Kananda is organizing a celebration to commemorate those who have passed away from AIDS

Criselda Kananda is organizing a celebration to commemorate those who have passed away from AIDS

As the world commemorates World Aids Day today on 01 December 2020, many of us who live with the virus including celebs and other people who don’t accept it, have taken a while bent commemorate the day and lift awareness about HIV/AIDS

Criselda Kananda is organizing a celebration to commemorate those who have passed away from AIDS

More than 41.5 million people worldwide have lost their lives to the virus and therefore the day is employed to recollect them. Criselda Kanada who has been living with the virus for quite 20 years took to her Instagram page to open up about how this year was the toughest ever since was diagnosed with HIV.

She says this year she was forced to require ARVs as her system recently deteriorated.

“In the 22yrs of living healthily with HIV infection, I could haven’t anticipated that I’d have my heartbroken and therefore the feeling of betrayal would lead me to a weak system, post-traumatic disorder, ICU Hospitalization and for prevention of possible exposure to The Coronavirus, I made the choice to start out ARVs. It’s been a year that tested all my theories about HIV.”

Criselda recently opened about having being forced to require ARV’s saying the HIV in her body was having a live concert and she or he needed to require ARV’s to assist her weak system, after testing negative for the novel coronavirus.

In her post, she went on to make awareness of HIV/AIDS and said people should start educating themselves more about the virus

“There really is not any need for more people to die from HIV infection. This World AIDS Day I urge you once more to take a position in facts about the infection. Please stop saying HIV/AIDS just because HIV isn’t AIDS. We don’t say hypertension/stroke, do we? HIV may be a germ that weakens the body. AIDS Is any illness that takes advantage of the weak body and makes the body sick. Most AIDS illnesses are often cured.”

Other celebs who have created awareness about the virus include Celeste Khumalo who encouraged people to urge tested and know their status and Yvonne Chakachaka who wrote “On this WORLD aids day we are saying many thanks for the lives of our sister’s brothers and youngsters, please don’t judge Positive Energy only.”

On today we also commemorate and show like to those that have since passed on who had the virus.

1. Koyo Bala

The 3Sum band member gave up the ghost at Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town in 2016, after a battle with cancer. Koyo opened about living with HIV in 2011.

Criselda Kananda is organizing a celebration to commemorate those who have passed away from AIDS
Lesego Motsepe.

The former Isidingo actress revealed that she was living with HIV in 2011 and in 2014 she gave up the ghost.

Lesego Motsepe.

The former Isidingo actress revealed that she was living with HIV in 2011 and in 2014 she gave up the ghost.

Tebogo Ndlovu referred to as Zombo a member of the kwaito group Abashante passed on soon after revealing his status on SABC 1’s sleep in 2008.

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