I was afraid to test for HIV – Lydia Forson
One of the biggest reasons why people don’t get tested for HIV is because they are scared. What if it means to be positive, and what other people will think about you.
Multiple Ghanaian award winning actress Lydia Forson has revealed that she was anxious when she went to test for HIV.
Speaking on New Day on TV3 on Friday, the beautiful actress who co-hosted the farmers’ day edition, revealed she was anxious when she first wanted to take HIV test. She however indicated her anxiety was for no reason.
“As for me, I was afraid when testing for HIV, even though it was for no reason”. The 2017 Best AFRIFF actress revealed.
Lydia Forson won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a leading role in 2010.
Ghana joined the world to mark this year’s edition of World Aids Days to create awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease.
Coupled with the World AIDS Day Celebration, Ghana is also celebrating its 33rd National Farmers Day. The day is commemorated each year on First Friday of December to honour our gallant farmers and fishers.
The event acknowledges the vital roles farmers play in our society.