“Chased Away By Murder”
“Crodina was happily married and lived about 1km away from kalonga Center. Her husband died 6 years ago living her with 4 children; Sylvia, frank, prossy and flavia.
After the death of her husband, the family members of the husband sent Crodina away from the land which the husband owned that they worked on daily to earn a living.
Crodina moved with her family to a single rental room in Kalonga center running away from people who threatened to murder her from the husband’s land and destroyed and took for free her food in the garden. Crodina never got justice, trying to push on the case only brought more problems and fear.
The eldest daughter, Sylvia, stopped in senior two. She tried her best to look for something to do but in vain, they don’t have land to cultivate… She ended up into early marriage, gave birth, husband disappeared and she came back home.
Frank and Prossy also stopped in senior two in 2018 so they haven’t been in school in 2019 and 2020.
Frank helps the builders by working as a porter and they pay him something to take home. Sylvia moves houses to house to plait hair to earn a living while prossy stays at home to take care of the mother.
All their work has not been productive and during this season of Covid19 almost no one has money to spend on hair or building.
They were happy to receive the package. They were so emotional. The mother was extremely thankful and in tears of joy.”
“My daughter is all I have…”
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