sielewi

sani

Village Elder
#2
True but still how do you move walk whilst you are starving they don't have horses or cars and these days ain't like them ole' days of migration anyhow plus land is now owned by individuals and pole are individualistic
this guys have 200 cows and goats when the climate is good. they can't and won't sell. they should be trained on money being a store of value. for every 20 cows the government should take one for savings, to be refunded during drought inform of relief food
 
#3
this guys have 200 cows and goats when the climate is good. they can't and won't sell. they should be trained on money being a store of value. for every 20 cows the government should take one for savings, to be refunded during drought inform of relief food
Are you sure that guy dying there on the ground has 300 fancy cows that he couldnt even draw blood from?
 
#4
why would a human being stay in one place waiting to die of hunger? animals move from game parks to search for water, food. ukae ungoje kifo? si utoke kwa io village uende village ingine? si uende town ingine? lets be reasonable
which village. his world ends in the horizon. from there you fall off into bottomless pit.
 

Salazar

Senior Villager
#10
Some things we take for granted.Sisemi ndio the case hapa but Bundus najua watu fulani ambao life hu revolve tu homeground. Unazaliwa kwa kijiji fulani, chuo ( if lucky) primo seko hapo hapo, mchumba papo hapo, watoi unawapata papo hapo...and the cycle continues. Vitu ka Nairofi huskia tuu hekaya.
 
#11
The thing is, we have people living in Arid areas who cannot be blamed for lacking food during dry seasons. There should be a long-term strategy to feed these people. It doesn't matter how this will be done but it should be done ASAP.
 

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