An MP in Zimbabwe has taken a public HIV test to counter accusations made on social media that he had the virus.
Norton MP Temba Mliswa took a public HIV test on Tuesday as he battles claims of rampant unprotected sex with teenage girls.
Temba Mliswa, an independent legislator, tweeted a photo of a medical slip showing his negative result:
Contrary to the allegations by the so called Mai Tindo here are my results. pic.twitter.com/3bHHFNniYY
— Hon. Temba P. Mliswa (@TembaMliswa) 11 September 2018
Mliswa was accused on Twitter on August 31 by an individual using the name @tindomai, who claimed the lawmaker had infected her friend with HIV.
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