During this years Ramadhan, Mombasa is experiencing low business. Residents have also complained of increased cost of living due to Covid-19. The streets of mombasa town are deserted unlike in the other years.
Residents are used to staying out up to late at night in town at least to do business after prayers but this time round with the curfew in place they are unable and have to close their businesses in order to reach their homes before curfew time.
Most of business people have become so worried because it is from their businesses during this month that they earn a lot of income that supports them in their daily livelihood. Some of them have said their children are almost opening schools but they haven't gotten what shall sustain them and pay school fees.
Last year they did not have a big burden like this year because their children were at home The CS of Education, George Magoha has already confirmed to parents that the schools shall reopen as scheduled. This has already put parents on toes.
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