OFFICIALS SPREADING the HIV/AIDS message are being accused of discriminating against Christians.
Abstinence before marriage advocate Ambrose Carter, who has been pushing the alternative Virginity Is Possible (VIP) message, said youth, including those in the church, needed to hear they did have another option, which was far safer than what was being promoted.
“These same people who are using the stigma and discrimination language to individuals by their own actions are stigmatising and discriminating against Christians who have a different agenda, an agenda of purity,” he charged.
On Friday night, the Ammar Empowerment Network, also known as the Pure Sex Centre, hosted its annual VIP event to celebrate purity, days ahead of Valentine’s Day. (WILLCOMM)
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