It has an extensive customer base in the UK and across Western Europe.In recent years the company has invested heavily in manufacturing, logistics and supply network in China."Everybody said I should get married." Because Gloria is HIV positive, she thought marriage was out of the question. It could have happened while she was at the hair dressers or at the hospital where she worked.In spite of all the safety precautions, she must have pricked herself with an infected needle. Gloria became pregnant and was kept under constant medical supervision.Emmanuel Ugochukwu Michael's mobile phone never stops ringing.The 45-year-old takes every call and has a friendly chat with each caller.
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That's not her real name as she doesn't wish to reveal her true identity.
A few years ago her family started pressuring her into finding a husband. Infected despite precautions Gloria doesn't know how she became infected.
These days everybody in Nigeria seems to be talking about Michael's agency. He'd already been visiting people with HIV in hospital. "When I looked into their faces, I caught myself thinking this is no life for them and I wondered how I could help." Women under pressure to marry The official figure for the number of people with HIV-AIDS in Nigeria is 3.5 million, but the real figure is probably twice or three times as high. Yet women in Nigerian society are under pressure to find a husband and get married when they are young. In many African cultures, a marriage without children isn't a proper marriage.
Those who know they are infected generally keep this knowledge to themselves. 35-year-old Gloria is one of the women whom Michael has been able to help.