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Hookup trend leads to HIV outbreak at Ho Technical University; over 400 students suspected positive

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Panic has struck Ho Technical University (HTU) as three female students have reportedly engaged in a dangerous trend that is becoming increasingly popular on university campuses across Ghana.

The trend, known as “hookup,” involves young women leaving their contact information at hotels, only to be called upon for sexual services by strangers.

According to reports, these young and beautiful students can make anywhere between 300 and 1000 cedis per night, depending on the client. However, in the case of these three girls, they allegedly slept with a sugar daddy who offered them a whopping 5000 cedis per night.

Unfortunately, this decision has come at a great cost, as the sugar daddy reportedly infected the girls with HIV. Shockingly, the girls have also been sharing the virus with other students in a synergistic manner, putting countless others at risk.

The situation has become so dire that it is suspected that not less than 400 students may have been infected with the virus. This news has sent shockwaves throughout the university community, with students and faculty alike expressing concern and outrage at the recklessness of these young women’s actions.

It is a tragic reminder of the dangers of engaging in risky sexual behavior and the importance of practicing safe sex. The university administration has since taken steps to educate students on the importance of safe sex practices and has provided resources for those who may have been affected by this outbreak.

In the meantime, the three girls involved in this scandal have yet to come forward publicly, but their actions have already had a devastating impact on the lives of countless others. It is a sobering reminder of the consequences of our choices and the importance of making responsible decisions in all areas of our lives.

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