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Byline: Lillian Onyango
As one prepares to have the much dreaded HIV test, many seek comfort in the counsellor's common phrase: "HIV is not a death sentence". Paul Gwada took those words seriously.
"Although I was saddened to find out I had the virus, I decided to look at the flip-side. I quit school for lack of fees after my parents died yet I've learnt a lot and today I work for organisations which seemed beyond my dreams ," says a beaming Paul, an infectious smile on his face.
He had hopes of playing for the national football team, Harambee Stars, but had to settle for business -- selling used items, staging video shows and painting in his Kaloleni …