No excused for not using condoms on the basis that they reduce sexual pleasure, now have all the reason to smile as the Manyuchi condoms by a local reproductive health firm Banja La Mtsogolo (BLM) have been rebranded to a Tseketseke for Life [Taste of Life].
About 10 years ago BLM launched Manyuchi condoms and soon its appeal reigned across all social classes on the domestic scene as it was studded and had chocolate flavour that could provide extra sexual sensitivity and enjoyment.
BLM on Saturday launched newly re- branded Manyuchi Condoms in the capital Lilongwe touting them as is strong and designed to guarantee the highest level of sexual satisfaction.
Speaking during the launch BLM Country Director, Mrs Nick Matthews, urged Malawians to use the newly launched brand of the condoms that are flavoured for extra sexual sensitivity.
Mary Mitoshi, who is BLM Director of Health Services Operations, said all who have been shunning the condoms will have to reap the benefits of safe sex as the new Manyuchi condoms will not only assure people of protection from HIV/AIDS but also offer extra sexual pleasure.
She said the new Manyuchi condoms have been rebranded from results conducted in a conu=sumer research.
Mitochi disclosed that the packaging and scent are some features that most respondents from the research agreed to change.
“Some respondents complained that the chocolate flavor was too much so we have managed to reduce it hence the ‘moderate chocolate scented’ tag line on the new rebranded pack. We have also changed the colour and shape. The new Manyuchi is now in a pillow-like pack,” she said.
Mitochi stressed that BLM will continue its contribution to the condomize campaign which is being promoted by Ministry of Health.
“Just use Manyuchi, you will even forget that you are using a condom,” said Mitoshi.
“You will have maximum pleasure while you are protecting yourself from sexual transmitted diseases and protecting your loved ones from unplanned pregnancy,” said Mrs Mitoshi.
In her remarks, Parliamentary Committee chairperson on health, Juliana Lunguzi, thanked BLM for engaging Parliamentary committee on health.
BLM is a family planning Non Government Organisation which was founded by Marie Stopes International Partnership. The organisation has been providing health services to women of Malawi since 1987.
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