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Raising HIV/AIDS Awareness among Teenagers & Young Adults! SheiFunmi presents the “Get Naked” Campaign



Get Naked is a campaign put together by media personality, SheiFunmi Yusuf to help raise awareness about the risks of HIV/Aids among teenagers and young adults. The initiative is primarily a result of the social and psychological stigma associated with the HIV virus and AIDS.

The event scheduled to take place on Thursday 29th November 2012 at the BheerHugz Cafe, Lagos, is tagged “Go BOLD and BARE….Protect Yourself”. According to a rep for the Get Naked campaign, the event urges and seeks celebrities, top personalities and dignitaries that the Nigerian youth can identify with, to get naked in a photo campaign to encourage safe sex, disclosure and draw international attention to this disease through documentaries, TV shows and the print media.

The dress code for the event is red and admission is free for all.

Date: Thursday 29th November 2012
Time: 12 Noon
Venue: BheerHugz Cafe, Ikeja City Mall, Alausa, Ikeja
Contact: For more info and general enquiries, e-mail [email protected]


  1. kem

    November 6, 2012 at 11:24 am


  2. wondering

    November 6, 2012 at 11:27 am they literally have to get naked for a photoshoot to pass a message across???

  3. Akindele @ Cheapest Bulk SMS

    November 6, 2012 at 12:57 pm

    Personally the campaign name “Get Naked” is not proper, most especially when it has to do with teenagers. Teenagers will definitely misinterptret it.

  4. Chi

    November 6, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    I’m not quite sure I get the concept

  5. Style chick 101

    November 6, 2012 at 4:55 pm

    What a stupid slogan..GO BOLD and BARE???? really who ever made that up need to get slap! if your promoting HIV/AIDS awareness you won’t want to use the term BOLD r BARE…like really, come on only in Nigerian will a person get approved for a slogan like that.

  6. Bil

    November 6, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    this should be a slogan for breast cancer awareness or something

  7. adaeze

    November 7, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    lets not crucify them, im sure they were trying to draw attention with the theme but was misunderstood. All the same, its a nice concept although i do not understand the part were the celebrities take naked pictures….hmmm

  8. Itohan

    November 7, 2012 at 7:34 pm

    The organiser is very pretentious. Because they do it in the Western world does it mean it applicable to our African/Nigerian value system – before crucify me, I am not trying to be a hypocrite here. But my point is, even in the West the concept of getting out nude in order to pass on a message is wrong as expressed by many. And many more even disagree that it is good art. And for this silly person/people trying to bring it to Nigeria pray to God to rescue your souls before you lose it completely because how does ‘bearing it all and getting bare in a public photo’ help to express the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS or protecting oneself against this disease? Common, do not deceive yourself because no one here is deceived. However, one word of advice: get your mum, your wife and your sisters out and take them nude and bear for Nigerians to see. That would sufficiently pass on the message. Anu afia!

  9. Skittles

    November 21, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    Hold on are you guys really that stupid with yourselves? They are doing a non profit campaign to raise awareness but yet you still have faults to pick. Why do you go out an make something with your lives rather than hate on others trying to better Nigeria. Never knew a campaign against aids has become a center to throw out idle opinions. Get your life…

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