“when the contraceptives are not enough to prevernt the myths misconceptions in a society our moral behaviors are put to trial” That is what characterized the 40 minute stage play partly musical which was staged by Repacted-Kenya as they made their debew into the District Aphia II Festival. The play unraveled the issues in the Modern African Society that surrounded unfaithfulness and the health risks involved in extramarital affairs. It also brings out teenage peer pressure and the misguided beliefs in the society about the signs and symptoms of HIV /Aids these perceptions are what drive Solo, a character, to avenge his apparent infection after being subject to delusions and self stigma. Written and directed by Eric Wanyama, the script hits the nail on the theme Afya yangu ni wajibu wangu which simply means my health my responsibility. It was strong enough to take the 2nd position in the play category there being knocked out by MAKRY GROUP Kenya’s play ‘the pot’ and could not proceed to the Provincial Stage. The play drew shock being a first making the organization a force to reckon with.