Abuja - About 300 protesters under the aegis of Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS shut down the headquarters of the National Agency for the Control of HIV/AIDS (NACA) in Abuja, Punch reports.
The demonstrators which included women and children accused NACA of failing to implement the Presidential Comprehensive Response Plan inaugurated by President Goodluck Jonathan to bridge the existing treatment access gaps.
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The protesters besieged NACA office as early as 6.30 am with different anti-government inscriptions, and also prevented the Director General of NACA, Prof. John Idoko from gaining entrance into his office.
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