She criticized Ghanaians as stupid individuals who don’t pay attention to facts.
In an interview with Kofi Adomah, the mother-of-two, who had just tested positive for the virus, revealed how a bogus HIV/AIDS test result had previously misled Ghanaians about her status.
“I tweeted a result a while back proving I had tested negative for HIV/AIDS, but it was not an HIV/AIDS test result; rather, it was a viral load result, which indicates the amount of virus a patient has in her blood, but nobody noticed since Ghanaians don’t pay attention to details,” she says.
Joyce Dzidzor Mensah took an HIV test on live television to dispel Ghanaians’ misgivings about her disease.
Joyce apologized to everyone she was upset with during her time as the AIDS Ambassador and expressed her desire to recover the Ghanaians’ confidence.
Joyce Dzidzor tested positive for HIV/AIDS when the results were released, but her two children did not.