Peris, Samuel, Linda and Joy. Malindi, Kenya

 “We have been in lockdown for a month and a half. Our working places have been closed down and our small business of selling charcoal failed to a point where we had to close it down. Here the sutuation is very bad, because there is non going business. And non movement. We are all at home. At least six people died from police violence during the first 10 days of Kenya’s dusk-to-dawn curfew. We pray that this condition is stabilised that our businesses go back to normal, our working places open so that we can get our children back to school when they open. We will also appreciate any assistance given to us during this hard period.”