- Rebecca Akufo-Addo is making the case for HIV/AIDS to be a compulsory subject
- The second lady appeared at the Organisation of African First Ladies Against HIV and AIDS (OAFLA) meeting in New York.
Second lady and wife of Ghana's president, Rebecca Akufo Addo, joined the delegation to the United Nations with a special agenda - the fight against the deadly HIV/AIDS.
Updating millions of Ghanaians on her official Facebook page, Rebecca Akufo Addo accounted of her presentations at the Organisation of African First Ladies Against HIV and AIDS (OAFLA) meeting in New York.
According to the second lady, she made the case for HIV/AIDS education to be made compulsory across the various schools in Africa.
"I stressed on the need for conscious effort to be made to integrate HIV/AIDS education in Schools. Africa’s youthful population remains the hope of the continent for the future and we must harness their potential," She stated.
Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo has laid out specific ways by which Ghana and the world at large could live in peace and harmony. The 13 minute speech by the president saw him touch on various pressing issues from security to economic powerful and YEN.com.gh has summarized 6 of such presentations by the president.
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