Nigeria's Obianuju Ekeocha writes an Open Letter to Melinda Gates

Even at a glance, anyone could see that the unlimited and easy availability of contraceptives in Africa would surely increase infidelity and sexual promiscuity, as sex is presented by this multi-billion dollar project as a casual pleasure sport that can indeed come with no strings ”“ or babies ”“ attached. Think of the exponential spread of HIV and other STDs as men and women with abundant access to contraceptives take up multiple, concurrent sex partners.

And of course there are bound to be inconsistencies and failures in the use of these drugs and devices, so health complications could result; one of which is unintended abortion. Add also other health risks such as cancer, blood clots, etc. Where Europe and America have their well-oiled health care system, a woman in Africa with a contraception-induced blood clot does not have access to 911 or an ambulance or a paramedic. No, she dies.

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One comment on “Nigeria's Obianuju Ekeocha writes an Open Letter to Melinda Gates

  1. RalphM says:

    Perhaps Ms. Ekeocha never had the opportunity to see Fiddler on the Roof, so she does not understand the concept of “When you’re rich, they think you really know!”.