- Posted May 20, 2014 by
Woman Makes Shocking Confesses Of How She Infected Men With HIV
Francis, a prostitute who spent most of years on a revenge
mission, infecting several men with HIV after she
discovered she was also infected with HIV/AIDS by a man in
2006 confesses at TB Joshua's SCOAN.
Francis who slept with up to six men daily in the major
cities of Tanzania and Namibia said:
"I was very angry with every kind of man, anyone that called
himself a man? It's only that I could not manage to hunt
and kill them but my desire was to use any weapon to kill
men - because one of them killed me. Inside me, I said to
myself, 'I will never tell them my status. Whoever comes to
me, I will finish him. The way they infected me, I must infect
them also.' I don't know how many men I infected but they
Francis who grew up in Tanzania started living a rebellious
life at the age of 14 shares her story:
"When we reached the city, I found a lot of girls who were
older than me who were in this business of prostitution,"
Francis explained. "They introduced me how to behave in
order to seduce men and get clients." Two years down the
line aged 16, the young girl was already pregnant for an
unknown father. Attempts to abort the child through native
concoctions all failed and she resolved to return home to
have her child.
However, the desire to prostitute continued even after giving
birth. "I was even prostituting when I was breastfeeding and
eventually, my mum took the child away from me." Francis
immediately returned to the city, linking back up with her
group. Four years later, Francis' mum sent a message to her
that a family relative was willing to take her to Namibia to
save the family from shame and get her out of the 'mess'.
She eventually agreed.
"When I reached Namibia, I felt I was imprisoned. I couldn't
go to clubs, smoke, drink or meet men - which is what I
wanted to do." Fighting her aunt daily, she eventually threw
Francis out of her home. "It was celebration for me that I
can go back to the same lifestyle. I already made a group of
friends that were prostituting? They introduced me to the
area where I could hunt for men and sleep with them."
Living a lavish and promiscuous life on the streets of
Windhoek, Namibia, Francis had lost all touch with her
family. 'Business' was booming due to the influx of foreign
workers in the city who would regularly patronise her and
also introduced her to hard drugs. However, the
consequences of her actions were about to catch up on her.
"In 2006, I discovered that I was pregnant again. I didn't
know the father because I was sleeping with five or six men
a day - I just wanted money to enjoy," she recounted.
Encouraged by a fellow prostitute not to abort, Francis
visited a hospital when the pregnancy reached six months
where they conducted several tests. "That is when I
discovered I was HIV/AIDs positive." Shock. Bitterness.
Rage. Emotions ran wild within the heart of the young sex-
worker. "There was this voice that said - 'Now, it's better
you die!' "
Knowing that death was close, the embittered prostitute
resolved to take as many men as possible along with her. "I
cannot count how many men I have infected. If any man told
me we should use a condom, I would tell him, 'Look at how
I look? I cannot have such a disease.' So, the man would
end up trusting me. They are thousands."
Francis expanded her 'business' horizons via the internet,
particularly using the dating social network 'Eskimi'. It was
in 2013 that she encountered a Nigerian man while looking
for a more 'serious' relationship. "The man became
attracted to me and asked for my contact details. He told
me he wanted to come to Namibia and visit me." When the
Nigerian arrived, the couple forged a relationship,
culminating in Francis falling pregnant. She did not divulge
her health status.
After giving birth, Francis had a bout of guilt and visited a
pastor at Christ Embassy Church to confess her sins. "After
confessing to the pastor, who is also a Nigerian, he met the
father of my child and asked if he really knew me. He told
him, 'This girl confessed to me that she is HIV/AIDS
Positive.' " Francis' Nigerian lover fainted upon hearing the
news and was rushed to hospital.
After recovering, he 'ran away' from her, moving to Angola.
However, their young baby was nearing the age of nine
months. Francis was desperate. Her finances were stagnant
and she was tired of prostitution. After pleading with the
Nigerian, a settlement was eventually reached. "He said the
only thing he would do for me was to give me money to go
to Nigeria and drop the child with his parents."
Some weeks earlier, a friend had introduced Francis to a
Christian television station which was gaining increasing
popularity in Namibia. It was Emmanuel TV, the station of
Nigerian Pastor T.B. Joshua. Seizing the opportunity to
visit Nigeria, Francis decided to visit the famous church in
Lagos after she had dropped off her son. "When I arrived in
Lagos, they put me in a car and took me straight to a state
called Enugu. I only stayed one week there. Then I had to
search for The Synagogue."
On Sunday 27 April 2014, Miss Francis sat gingerly in the
huge auditorium of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations
(SCOAN) in Lagos. It was the time of prayer from the 'wise
men' and she was nervous. "Before the wise man came
close, I felt like electricity dividing my body and I started
shivering. I don't know what happened when he prayed for
me." Francis received 'deliverance' from the 'demon' that
pushed her to a life of prostitution.
The following week, Sunday 4 th May 2014, Francis publicly
gave her confession in the crowded church. "I am here to
kneel down and ask the whole world, every man I
encountered, to forgive me," she tearfully said, explaining
that after her 'deliverance' she began regretting her actions
for the first time. She went further to send a poignant
message to her fellow sex-workers. "There is no benefit in
prostitution. The end of prostitution is bitterness and
sorrow. I advise youth - if you are in the same situation I
was in, let me be an example in your eyes. Drop that
lifestyle immediately and seek the face of God."
Francis stayed another week in the Nigerian church after
which T.B. Joshua gave her the sum of $1,500 to restart her
life in Namibia. "I will never return to prostitution. I am so
grateful to God," she concluded.
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Posted by Geoffrey Oguguo