The saddest moments in life as children is to see our parents or mothers suffering while we just look on with no potential of helping them. Through this lockdown in major regions in the country, the common mwananchi are really suffering. A woman recording herself on live camera has gone viral after pleading with the government to lift the tough measures set by the president.
In the video, the woman states that police are now using this chance to harass business owners, beating them like animals yet they are their brothers and sisters. Police are said to be wrongfully arresting them in defense that they are operating their businesses past curfew hours when it's not true.
The woman continues to plead with the president to open up the country as she is expected to raise money for her children's needs, pay her daily municipal business fees, monthly house rent through the small hotel business that she is now being harassed for opening.
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