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".

The minister urged private companies "to come on board in the fight against HIV and start manufacturing drugs – together with condoms that are suitable for the Zimbabwean people".

He said that young people in the southern African country complained about the size of imported Chinese condoms, saying they were "too small".

In 2015, 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.


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