Written by Jephiter Tsamwi
I remember this guy the first time I saw him. SAYWHAT had organised a National Students’ Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health. He was among the students presenting in front of delegates about the SAYWHAT-OXFAM program called the One Campus Campaign, which basically aimed at promoting young people living with HIV’s access to services. I watched from a distance, intrigued by the energy and enthusiasm demonstrated by the young man as he classically used all he could, explaining to the audience. He spoke with clarity, eloquence and in a typical narrative flamboyance always associated with presenters. It was only when I got closer that I realised he is visually impaired. Surely I was startled.