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Akwa Ibom State Agency for the Control of AIDS

AIDS prevalence in Akwa Ibom 10.8%, not 56%

The Akwa Ibom State Agency for the Control of AIDS (AKSACA) has faulted the 51.6% AIDS prevalence rate ascribed to married couples in the state.

Akwa Ibom SACA faults statistics on couples’ HIV status

The Akwa Ibom State Agency for the Control of AIDS has faulted the 51.6 per cent ascribed to married couples among the infected persons in the state.

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