Ugonna-Ora Owoh is a femme-queer Nigerian poet and journalist. His works have appeared or are forthcoming from Teen Vogue, The Independent, Stylist Magazine, OkayAfrica and elsewhere.
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Christian churches in the world’s second most HIV-impacted country are making money with fraudulent claims that they can heal HIV.
This violent police unit has allegedly killed tens of thousands of Nigerians, tortured LGBTQ people, and stolen from its victims. And under lockdown, it’s been keeping people from their HIV meds.
Five HIV/AIDS services providers in the West African country discuss how they’re getting antiretrovirals to patients and meeting other immediate needs during the pandemic.
Queer people with HIV in Nigeria face several threats: stigma, legal troubles and violence.