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  1. holyholyray
    @ 8:43 pm

    So true, like how some pastors will describe and use words like “ghost disease” for the HIV virus forgetting there might be a lot of HIV positive people in the church

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    • The Voice.
      @ 12:59 pm

      Wow. That is a new one. It is really horrible how people describe things they don’t understand because they feel it has no connection to them..thanks ray.

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  2. esa abla
    @ 1:07 pm

    dats so true. I like anklets. I wear them jus for fashion sake, but people see me n tag me with all sorts of description dat has nothing to do with me. Yes this is Africa but its high time we stop concluding on images and get to know the real peoples. perhaps they like it but just dont know how to tell u….;)

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    • The Voice.
      @ 1:17 pm

      Thanks esa. Its amazing how people LOVE to read ‘on’ things than actually ‘into’ things; having an encounter with what we seem to be so scared of and redefining the status quo seems like a no-go area for Africans.

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  3. Sylvester
    @ 3:58 pm

    I know that unless u consider the end of the conversation, u wouldn’t know the stock of the message. U would err in understanding the views of others. It’s not good to be quick to judge.

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    • The Voice.
      @ 5:27 pm

      It is really sad that people tend to judge others just by looking at them. We have been victims and offenders; it is expected that we learn but we don’t. Thanks Sylvester.

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  4. sylvestervanjohnson
    @ 4:16 pm

    I know that unless u consider the end of the conversation, u’ll not know the stock of the message, and u’ll err in understanding the views of others. It’s not good to be quick to judge.

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