Zimbabwean Health Minister Complains Chinese Condoms are TOO Small
Zimbabwean Health Minister David Parirenyatwa has reportedly challenged private manufactures in the country to produce condoms so as "to address concerns over the size of condoms imported from China".
Parirenyatwa said this while speaking during the launch of the Zimbabwe Private Sector HIV and Aids and Wellness (ZIPSHAW) co-ordinating board in the capital Harare.
The minister urged private companies "to come on board in the fight against HIV and start manufacturing drugs together with condoms, which are suitable for the Zimbabwean people".
He said that young people in the southern African country complained about the size of the imported condoms, saying that they were "too small".
According to research, at least 109.4 million condoms were distributed across Zimbabwe in 2016 which amounted to about 33 condoms per individual for the year.
This made Zimbabwe one of the five countries that had exceeded the United Nations Population Funds regional mark of 30 male condoms per man per year, the report said. In addition it was suggested that the average man from Zimbabwe has a penis that’s 6.1 inches long, whilst a Chinese chaps’ willies were a less impressive and averaged out at 4.3 inches.