Meet Popular Priest Who Is A Gay, Living With HIV For 20 Years

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On December 1, the world celebrated World Aids Day. This is the day that everyone takes time to learn more about HIV/Aids and what comes with it.

Many people in kenya and across the world are living with the virus and are living proof that one can live for years with it and still have a normal life.

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However, many kenyans are troubledwith the British-Nigerian priest, Reverend Jide Macaulay,, who is one of those who have been living with the disesase for 20 years now.

Whats making many wonder is that Rev Macaulay, an Anglican church priest, poet, author and TV presenter, is also a gay and has shared his story of resilience on the Worlds AIDs Day.

he says he was Diagnosed with HIV over two decades ago, he initially faced deep emotional turmoil and societal judgment. Despite enduring hurtful reactions, he forgave and found solace through the support of a true friend and the love of God. Over the years, he has achieved personal milestones, earned accolades, and taken on leadership roles in HIV advocacy

He says As an ordained priest and volunteer chaplain, his journey reflects resilience, self-love, and the importance of breaking down HIV-related stigma.

Rev Macaulay founded House of Rainbow in 2006 and is the Chair of Intl. Network of Religious Leaders Living with HIV and One Voice Network in the U.K.

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