DRUM 70th | Nkosi Johnson's mother speaks to us about losing her son

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After fighting the deadly Aids virus for almost all his life, Nkosi (12), the loveable little boy who become an Aids ambassador adored by thousands across the world, finally lost his grip and let go.
After fighting the deadly Aids virus for almost all his life, Nkosi (12), the loveable little boy who become an Aids ambassador adored by thousands across the world, finally lost his grip and let go.
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His spacious bedroom is still cleaned regularly and tI1e bed made up every morning. The toys and books he used to play with in his last days are still there. Every day, sometimes in tI1e middle of the night, his mother comes into the room and sits on the bed to read the letters he used to write to her.

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