Why It's Important To Wash Your Hands

I am at the Ngara market. A few metres ahead there is a middle aged man who is roasting maize. He is dressed in a grey shirt and a black trouser and black shoes. He is sweating as a result of the scorching sun and of the hot coals burning from his improvised jiko.He coughs a bit and does not cover his mouth. He rubs off the sweat out of his forehead with his hands to reach out to an old plastic plate which he is using to light the fire.

A woman wants to buy some maize. The man responds “30 shillings for a whole maize and 15 shillings for a half one.’’ The woman removes some coins from her pocket and hands it over to the man. Subscribe for FREE