By Kiyimba Bruno
Kampala is a place where to find sugar daddies and mummies who are infected with HIV/AIDS. This was a statement said by the minister of Kampala Hon Betty Kamya who launched a a charity matching as KCCA commemorates the international day HIV/AIDS.
Hon Betty Kamya said that HIV/AIDS is bigger than just an individual and can destroy every fabric of life. She continues to note that HIV can destroy an individual and the community around him.
Among the 7.3%of the population around Kampala that have HIV/AIDS, KCCA has only worked on 1.3 %, a rate that is seen smaller.
It is on this note that the minister called upon all political, community and religious leaders to join the hands against HIV/AIDS
She said that youths are active in sexual matters at all levels hence at high risks of HIV/AIDS.
other activists included various health organisations, Uganda police band among many more
on this event people were checked their HIV status for free and given free condoms to protect their lives.