Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Lending support in HIV/AIDS battle

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IT WAS ONE Love and one collective hope at Ilaro Court on Saturday night.
Hundreds of people, armed with blankets, chairs, coolers and several other things which lend to comfort on a family night out, packed the lawns of the Prime Minister’s official residence to offer support to and show solidarity with people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, and to say a loud “no” to gender-based violence, at the annual Love, Poetry And Song concert.
There was something in the mix for everyone, whether it was straight up poetry, song, dance or multi-media, and based on the response of the audience, who got more fired up and fancy-free as the night wore on, the artistes in the line-up delivered in a major way.
Among those getting a lot of love from the responsive crowd were Daveny Ellis, the group Multifarious, Adrian Greene, Bobo and Simon Pipe, Toni Norville and Biggie Irie.
 

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