Lady narrates how HIV-positive friend died after he embraced faith and stopped taking medication

Lady narrates how HIV-positive friend died after he embraced faith and stopped taking medication

- A lady recently narrated the story of how her HIV-positive friend died due to negligence

- According to her, the individual stopped taking his medications and started proclaiming strong faith in God

- Many Nigerians reacted to this story and some shared similar incidents that have happened to people

A lady identified on Twitter as Tolulope Adeleke shared a series of tweets in which she spoke about how a HIV-positive friend of hers recently lost his life.

According to her, she was pained not only by his death but by how he died. Tolulope said that this friend of hers died after he stopped taking his medication and embraced the whole idea of strong faith in God.

Tolulope who is also a physician spoke deeply about how she felt the friend's death was a result of foolishness and not faith. She made references to Biblical characters and tried to distinguish the difference between having faith and being foolish.

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Read her tweets below:

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These tweets have generated a lot of responses from Nigerians. Most of them gave their opinions about the matter while some even narrated incidents similar to this account. See some reactions below:

Recently, a 49-year-old British gay model revealed that he was dying of AIDS. The model named CJ said that he had been battling with the ailment for 30 years. His fans were sympathetic about his plight and extended their condolences to him.

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