People are going though a lot in this world. Some stories are extremely sad to hear. Difficulties in life have forced others to fall into depression. Having someone that stands by you in both good and bad times is a blessing.
Afrimax English has just posted a story about Zamuna, a woman who has been taking care of her weak husband, Saidi for over 10 years. Saidi was a normal man who used to be a transit driver. He could transport goods across East African countries until the time he fell sick.
Attempts to seek medical help were in vain. In a teary interview, the wife says that it is hard and painful to watch her family suffer. She is the one who provides for the family because the husband cannot work. Friends and family abandoned them when they needed them the most. But for Zamuna, her love and support for her husband will never go away.
In the interview, she continues to say that her husband urge to eat has increased and he goes crazy when he is hungry. Therefore, she has to work hard to ensure she gets food for the husband. She has not lost hope that one day everything will be well.
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