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Kenyan Permanent Secretaries to be tested for HIV.

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  1. Ab-Titchaz

    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    REPUBLIC OF KENYA

    Office of Public Communications/Government Spokeman of Kenya

    Date Posted: 08/12/10

    In celebration of December World Aids Day and to increase awareness of prevention against HIV/Aids as well as to de-stigmatize the disease, Permanent Secretaries will tomorrow, Thursday, December 9th 2010, publicly get tested for the HIV virus at Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) from 11.oo am.

    Member of the public and media are welcome to witness the testing.

    Dr. Alfred N. Mutua, EBS
    PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS SECRETARY/
    GOVERNMENT SPOKESPERSON



    Published by:
    Office of Government Spokesperson
    KICC Building, 3rd Floor
    8 Harambee Avenue
    P.O.Box 45617-00100
    Nairobi - Kenya
    Tel: +254-020-2240488
    +254-020-2223521
    Fax: +254-020-240600
    Email: comms@comms.go.ke
    SMS (Celtel/Safaricom): 2888



    Office of Public Communications - Office of Government Spokesperson
     
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    mams JF-Expert Member

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    Let him show the way. Others will do the same.
     
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    boma2000 JF-Expert Member

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    it should not only be to PS but also ministers and other heads of departments
     
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