Get our as­sets back

Kapi-Mana News - - OPINION -


We had a house cow. We have to look af­ter it, we milk it and feed the fam­ily.

If there was a sur­plus of milk, we used to make about 500 grams of but­ter which was usu­ally sold at Satur­day mar­ket, so we would have some cash avail­able to pur­chase some ne­ces­si­ties.

Hard times came around, so we sold a cow. Soon money dwin­dled away – no money, no cow, no milk. It is a sorry state of af­fairs. We only be­ing paid ounces, some­body been milk­ing our cow and mak­ing money.

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