CITIZENS WITH HIV WANT TO ENGAGE THE PRESIDENT OVER SHORTAGE OF FOREIGN CURRENCY
Written by carol phiri on January 9, 2019
People living with HIV say they want to engage president Mnangagwa over the shortage of foreign currency to purchase ARVs. Some people who are infected with the scourge stressed that the president should intervene citing that National Aids Council is not getting enough foreign currency for their medication, a situation which is posing a health threat to more than one million people on medication.
In December the National AIDS Council told Parliamentarians that they are failing to access enough foreign currency from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.