Caroline Mirembe, popularly known as Caroline Marcah, has made a resolute declaration to not let online critics discourage her in her relentless fight against HIV/AIDS. Recent days have witnessed the internet flooded with videos showcasing Faith Ntaborwa, who is allegedly the former partner of MC Kats, in a distressed mental and physical state.
Numerous netizens have directed blame at the NBS TV presenter, accusing him of being the cause behind Ntaborwa’s current condition. However, MC Kats has refuted these accusations and disclosed that Ntaborwa has always grappled with mental health challenges.
In addition to targeting MC Kats, other critics have also singled out his past partners, including Fille Mutoni and Caroline Marcah, alleging that they are infected with HIV/AIDS. Nevertheless, Caroline Marcah has taken to Twitter to vehemently assert that these attacks are intended to intimidate her and undermine her efforts to combat the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.
“I am an ardent advocate for ending the stigma against individuals living with HIV/AIDS… and I will not allow your insults and accusations to intimidate my cause,” she wrote.
She has vowed to never cease her fight and has promised to continuously support those affected by the disease.
“If you have never experienced the loss of a loved one due to this disease, then you are unfamiliar with the agony… Do you comprehend the alarming number of youths contracting the virus daily as a result of the anger and judgment conveyed through your heartless tweets? Do you realize the profound impact it has on their emotional well-being? I have witnessed their suffering, and thus, I will always stand by them. Gwekitasanyusa wetugge. Byebyange,” Caroline Marcah declared with determination.
Caroline Marcah’s unwavering resolve in the face of online condemnation demonstrates her dedication to eradicating the stigma surrounding HIV/AIDS. Despite the cruel remarks and judgmental voices directed towards her, she remains a resilient advocate, determined to make a difference in the lives of those affected by this challenging disease. Let us all rally behind her cause and contribute to a society that embraces compassion, understanding, and support for individuals living with HIV/AIDS.