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In Mwasanda village, Simiyu region, Bariadi district, he appears mad walking towards the village cemetery. The madman was none other than Nyogoso, a young man who suffered from a mental illness after leaving Dar es Salaam and finding his mother dead without apologizing for what he had done to her. One of the things he decided to do was leave Dar es Salaam and leave his mother alone even though he knew she was his dependent as he had already eaten too much salt. Despite his mother's prohibition, Nyogoso could not understand him, so he forced his way to Dar es Salaam without his mother's consent. There he faced various hardships, ending a difficult life. The only job that raised him in Dar es Salaam was to pick up trash, a job that eventually led him to drown in the love of a wealthy kid Dominic to take Practices. The war was so fierce between mother Mazoea and Nyogoso, the mother did not want her daughter to go out romantically with Nyogoso the garbage collector. And the day that was bad for Nyogoso was the day he was sentenced to jail after being charged with theft, a case in which the power of money was used was when he was found by Mazoea's parents where they decided to forge the case which sentenced him to six years in prison. It was the president's pardon that landed Nyogoso in jail, which turned out to be another day for him. He fought hard enough, he worked hard which was very hard work until he got the fare which took him back to their village. And it was on the same day that he suffered from insanity after being told that his mother had died. The mother did not want her daughter to go out romantically with Nyogoso the garbage collector. And the day that was bad for Nyogoso was the day he was sentenced to jail after being charged with theft, a case in which the power of money was used was found by Mazoea's parents where they decided to charge him with the case which sentenced him to six years in prison. It was the president's pardon that landed Nyogoso in jail, which turned out to be another day for him. He fought hard enough, he worked hard which was very hard work until he got the fare which took him back to their village. And it was on the same day that he suffered from insanity after being told that his mother had died. The mother did not want her daughter to go out romantically with Nyogoso the garbage collector. And the day that was bad for Nyogoso was the day he was sentenced to jail after being charged with theft, a case in which the power of money was used was found by Mazoea's parents where they decided to charge him with the case which sentenced him to six years in prison. It was the president's pardon that landed Nyogoso in jail, which turned out to be another day for him. He fought hard enough, he worked hard which was very hard work until he got the fare which took him back to their village. And it was on the same day that he suffered from insanity after being told that his mother had died. The case in which the power of money was used was when it was discovered by the parents of Mazoea where they decided to fabricate the case which sentenced him to six years in prison. It was the president's pardon that landed Nyogoso in jail, which turned out to be another day for him. He fought hard enough, he worked hard which was very hard work until he got the fare which took him back to their village. And it was on the same day that he suffered from insanity after being told that his mother had died. The case in which the power of money was used was when it was discovered by the parents of Mazoea where they decided to fabricate the case which sentenced him to six years in prison. It was the president's pardon that landed Nyogoso in jail, which turned out to be another day for him. He fought hard enough, he worked hard which was very hard work until he got the fare which took him back to their village. And it was on the same day that he suffered from insanity after being told that his mother had died.
"Why did you die? Didn't you want to wait for your son to apologize? Why mother?", Was the last question Nyogoso asked himself, and he soon became insane.
It was evening, crazy Nyogoso with his package on his shoulder. Packed with a machete, he made his way to the cemetery with the intention of finding his mother's grave to clean it but he could also apologize believing that his mother's ghost might have appeared and apologized to him. Crazy Nyogoso wandered here and there looking for his mother's grave, the mass of graves in the dormitory made him unable to identify the location of his mother's grave. His breath dropped as he rolled his eyes right and left, front and back. Exhausted, he sat down on one of the graves and said, "Mother, where are you sleeping? I want to see your house, my mother. Tell me where you are," Nyogoso burst into tears when he said those words. Finally he got up from the grave and returned to the village upside down with his load of shoulders on his shoulder. Taharuki is emerging in Mwasanda village. The villagers were shocked to see Nyogoso, the son of Nyogoso's mother, insane. Ignorance took place in the hearts of the villagers who knew Nyogoso, but apart from that madness Nyogoso was a role model for young people who were anxious to escape life. Many young people in the village built a culture that Dar es Salaam is the city of life, but when they looked at the life of Nyogoso the desire to move into the city disappeared as quickly as possible. The wise elders in the village discussed how to help Nyogoso, it was one evening. In Kijiweni the elders gathered to get ginger tea along with the berries while the ginger bowl was also in their midst. The commotion intensified, jokes here and there dominated. They touched on the development of their village, but they also touched on politics and football. All of them garnished with ginger tea and coffee. Unable to live there, the elders went further to touch Nyogoso madly. This made the elders very sad. An old man named Bushiri said, "Fellow elders, this is a matter of deep talk so we know how we can help this young man. The truth is very sad."
"That is a very difficult task," said the second old man, who was called Busara.
"Why do you say that?", The old Bushiri asked Busara as he looked at her.
"Because we do not know the source of the cause of the tragedy," replied old Busara. After the answer, silence fell on the wall. As soon as the silence disappeared, old Bushiri demanded that he be added to the cassava to finish his tea.
"Give me some onions first," said old Bushiri. He was given what he needed. Another elder named Mabula said "Even I support what my fellow elder said there, remember that Nyogoso left the village here for at least three years if not four. You and I do not know where he came from or what he did, he may have stolen people's property. please don't do anything about it and we will all perish ", said old Mabula with emphasis and threats. At that moment, Elder Bushiri also seemed ready to respond to Elder Mabula's remarks. But before the old man could open his mouth, a mad Nyogoso appeared with his bundle wrapped around his shoulder. Nyogoso spoke at that point, when he arrived he dropped his load on the ground and then greeted the elders. "Hello, shkamoni. But before you respond, give me six teaspoons and three pastries. I will eat three and the other three will take my mother to the grave," said Nyogoso and burst out laughing. The elders looked at each other, they could not understand the madness Nyogoso meant when he said that three cakes would take his mother to the grave. Nyogoso spoke at that point, when he arrived he dropped his load on the ground and then greeted the elders. "Hello, shkamoni. But before you respond, give me six teaspoons and three pastries. I will eat three and the other three will take my mother to the grave," said Nyogoso and burst out laughing. The elders looked at each other, they could not understand the madness Nyogoso meant when he said that three cakes would take his mother to the grave. Nyogoso spoke at that point, when he arrived he dropped his load on the ground and then greeted the elders. "Hello, shkamoni. But before you respond, give me six teaspoons and three pastries. I will eat three and the other three will take my mother to the grave," said Nyogoso and burst out laughing. The elders looked at each other, they could not understand the madness Nyogoso meant when he said that three cakes would take his mother to the grave.
"Give him the dough, I'll pay the money," said old Bushiri. Nyogoso once again broke into laughter after being given what he needed. Concluding his laughter, he said, "This is a wonderful country, you will find a woman claiming the same rights while from the beginning God made it clear that we men cannot be equal to women and that is why we can marry more than one woman when they cannot marry more than one son. master plumber. Hahahahah hahahah! He knew a woman is a very weak creature. Is it the same right! Do you know the same right you ?. ", mad Nyogoso repeated and burst out laughing. He laughed a lot and then went on to say. "I remember my grandfather once told me, my granddaughter's female mind is no different from a chicken's mind. Hahahah hahahahah. I laughed really hard and later asked him why grandpa? He answered me, and now you elders ask me to listen carefully. My grandfather replied, "A woman is a creature that makes a mistake by repeating itself like a chicken", the old men in the cell burst into laughter when they heard the words of Nyogoso's madness. he coughed a little and then concluded by saying "But also apart from that, he told me that a woman has three ears. There is only one ear unless you are a good listener, he will never respect you ", When he had said this, he got up and took his bag of groceries and put the three loaves of bread he said he was taking to his mother in the tomb and then left. He kept saying to himself, "You will find a grown man standing there telling other men, again by chance. This is ridiculous, they have forgotten that in order for a woman not to forget the only cure is to give her a pregnancy and not something else ". Gumzo lets Nyogoso go crazy. His words shocked the elders, they remained open-mouthed and did not even know why Nyogoso was saying these words especially to women. Arriving at the lodge, he rolled his eyes here and there looking for his mother's grave as he had to call out to her and say "Where are you, mother?
But also apart from the conversation that left the crazy Nyogoso focused, in the end the tragedy brought grief to the place. A great deal of sympathy was laid upon him, and every old man who was present at that moment felt sorry for Nyogoso. The madman's clothes looked very worn, his trousers trimmed with leg lengths and his head appeared to be worn with long hair twisted like rasta.
"This is the World, of course the one who bewitched this young man may be dead", said old Bushiri then got up from the bench and headed for his home, the darkness had already set in bed.
That is how the life of the insane Nyogoso, a crazy civilized speaker, grew. From his words he found himself severely beaten by women, but the act never made him afraid to give them the truth that grew in his heart. And while life goes on in Nyogoso, on the other side within the city of Dar es Salaam. Suzani. The girl who was robbed of her wallet by Nyogoso became more and more sleepless as she remembered the garbage collector. The contempt he showed him hurt his heart, he felt guilty and so every time peace in his heart disappeared. But also Suzani apart from wanting to apologize to Nyogoso for what he had done to her, also her heart fell in love with him as soon as he showed honesty in front of his eyes. He loved her, the situation led him to spend so much more time thinking about her than thinking about her studies.

The situation that Suzani thought about Nyogoso from time to time led him to be psychologically damaged, he no longer wanted to study for himself as he was doing in the beginning. Suzani now decided to roam the market all the time thinking that she might be lucky to see Nyogoso, but she could never get that chance because Nyogoso is no longer in Dar es Salaam and has returned to her village where she is also suffering from insanity. That life grew sustainable for Suzani, every day happiness for her grew into a dream.
Mad Nyogoso's home grew in a cemetery, that's where he saw fit to live. It grew one morning, that day he was late getting up. He straightened up and picked up his backpack ready for the round trip, because that was what grew his life. When it was hot in the afternoon sun, he felt thirsty so he made his way to the well. When he arrived he found four women fetching water, he greeted them "How are you guys", when the women heard the sound they turned to look at the love that happened. They were shocked to see him go mad but at the same time Nyogoso said "Sorry for the inconvenience please help me with water, because I am very thirsty"
"You savage. This guy is a rapist let's run away", one of the women present at the well spoke loudly as he urged his colleagues to run away from Nyogoso. And they were very afraid, and together they ran and screamed. "Jamani mbakajiiii .. Mbakaji jamaniii ..", mad Nyogoso was surprised to see the women running away from him, he shook his head sadly and then took a cut and drew water from the well and drank the rest and poured it on his head. When he was thirsty, he carried his sacks back to the village to continue his fruitless journeys. But on the way, he met a village youth panel. There were no less than six young men, and behind them were the women who had run away from Nyogoso at the well.
"Yes, this madman himself, he wanted to rape us," said one of the women present. Kichaa Nyogoso was shocked to hear the allegation, he stepped back several steps at a time when the young men of the village surrounded him with hands holding sticks.
"We're crazy. Do you know these women?", One young man asked in a stern voice. Nyogoso did not answer, he remained stunned as he held his bag tightly.
"We don't want you to ruin our reputation, now let us warn you, you idiot," the second boy demanded, and soon they began to beat him repeatedly in various parts of his body. He was mercilessly beaten by the mad Nyogoso, tears streaming down his face even though he wiped it off with his big shirt full of patches of all colors. He finally knelt down and apologized to the young men, but it could not be understood. He was severely beaten at the same time some villagers gathered at the scene. "What did this man do to punish her so much?", One of the villagers who witnessed the incident asked.
"This madness is making this man very bad, didn't he want to rape Saul's mother, Sarai's mother and Peto's mother?
"What about my wife? So let's punish this big scoundrel", backed the man who needed to know the exact cause of Nyogoso's beating. He cut the biggest stick, in a fit of rage he hit Nyogoso a stick on the head which caused him to fall to the ground and then his breath stopped. Taharuki arises in that place, everyone who grew up in that place fled through his path. They knew they had killed Nyogoso. The man who struck him on the head with a rod is terrified, for the burden of the accusers is already upon him. He was called Hermon. Terrified, he arrived at his home, grabbed the money he had grown up in, and fled to an unknown location, leaving behind a wife and one child. Not only him but everyone involved in beating Nyogoso fled the village to avoid the guilt of being found guilty of murder.
Hours passed and Nyogoso was still unconscious, but at about one o'clock in the morning he woke up. He tried to lift himself but failed because at that time his body did not have the strength to lift itself, so he slept right there until the strength returned to him where it had already grown about six o'clock at night. He slowly got up and complained of pain, finally stood up and picked up his bag of mazagazaga and walked towards the cemetery where that is where his accommodation grew. When he arrived he was sitting on a well-built tomb, tears welling up in his eyes as he glared at his right and left front and back. He took a deep breath and said, "Where are you, my mother? Do you see how your son is being abused for no reason? I have to say this, I think you will hear me just because I wish I knew where your house is."http://deusdeditmahunda.blogspot.com/
The next morning mad Nyogoso jumped out of bed, straightened his limbs and then took his package and stepped out of the graveyard. But before he could get far, he turned around and stood looking at the whole cemetery and then said "He always chases you away and does not tell you to leave. The words came out as he bowed his face to the ground, a load of bruises on his shoulder and it was flowing. He saw no need to continue living in the village. Along the way he picked up sugarcane stalks and ate them to satisfy his hunger. The journey is not death, Nyogoso came to Bariadi. There he set up a settlement that was not permanent, because he was severely beaten and ended up in disbelief. Then one evening he approached a freight truck without the perpetrators knowing, and finally reached Kahama. It was something that really made Nyogoso crazy, because he lived in peace without being harassed and he didn't bother anyone. He rose to prominence in a very short time since arriving in Kahama, a civilized madness is the name he grew to be known for. He was neither a bully nor a thief, and most of all, he loved children and was often seen playing with them. But one day while walking down the street, he came upon a bus stop traveling to various regions. Kigoma, Dar es salaam Mbeya Mwanza and other regions. Suddenly his eyes fell on a bus he had boarded several years ago, a bus bound for Dar es Salaam. He let out a smile after seeing the bus, as soon as he pulled it over and kept looking at it as he walked around, he laughed and sang and danced as he looked strange to the residents of the stand. Finally he took a deep breath and went to sit next to the passenger house. At dawn, the horn of the bus rang to signal the passengers to start their journey. Crazy Nyogoso panicked and grabbed his bundled bag and got into the car.
"Where are you going? Let's get down very quickly before I disturb you", he emphasized the lean bus. But crazy Nyogoso never was afraid, he struggled to get into an act that sparked a major dispute between him and the conductor. Konda wanted Nyogoso to come down while Nyogoso was on strike while in the distance the image of Mazoea came to his mind which made Nyogoso mad more and more dizzy, patashika clothes tore and it became hot. But as the commotion continued, the voice of an elderly man was heard saying, "Don't drive him away, he is a madman. I will pay his fare until the end of his journey."


When the conductor was given Nyogoso's fare he calmed down even though he seemed angry, while at the same time Nyogoso was mad and showed a high degree of calm. But that calm did not last long, as soon as he had a chance to say, "This world is full of evil spirits, and that is why it is better to live with animals than to live with humans. Do you want to get me out of your car because I'm crazy? Hahaha hah hahahahah. he hears me asking for this car to turn, let us die so that everyone can reap what they have sown "said Nyogoso. The remarks shocked the passengers on the bus. Whispers were heard as some passengers stared at the madman. Soon a female voice was heard saying "Driver stop this crazy car get off, stop Driver", insisted the girl. But Driver could not do that, The car was already in full swing. The Driver's act of defying the girl's words led to the outbreak of a large number of passengers who continued to pressure Nyogoso to be demolished but madly Nyogoso repeatedly refused.
"Who's going down? I'm telling the truth from the heart. And if you avoid death then you have no faith in what you are doing to please God", said Nyogoso as he looked at the girl who was heard ordering the driver to stop the car.
"Shut up mad you don't understand yourself you great idiot", angrily the girl spoke. Not only that, but he kept pouring out Nyogoso's filthy words so much that the whole car was heard alone. Nyogoso looked at the girl and then laughed. When he finished his laughter he said "You look beautiful in the ugly form of the spirit, a man always arguing with a woman is offending the Creator who gave us ownership. I have nothing to say to you but I want to give you a warning so that one day you will be polite. Daughter. If you are well-dressed but realize that the wife of the president of the United States is given all the necessities, but she has never despised or insulted someone who was overweight or underdeveloped. But you wear one wig all week, a dirty wig like my hair you look very much and see it already finished. Let the foolish fool be honored ”.
"Are you insulting me? ..", the girl was angry to hear the words said crazy Nyogoso, as soon as he got up from the seat with the intention of wanting to hit the madman. He was restrained at that moment and calmed down by the anger he grew up with. But apart from calming down he kept throwing dirty words at Nyogoso while at the same time some passengers were asking themselves a lot of questions about the madman.
"Mmmh is this really crazy or is he acting? ..", one of the passengers wondered and did not want to look at Nyogoso.
After that, silence reigned in the bus. The girl who had grown up giving Nyogoso dirty words remained silent as she sobbed the advice of burning tears, the words of the madman hurt her deeply. She found herself crying in her heart with tears streaming down her cheeks. All the while he leaned back in his seat, and several times he felt embarrassed when his fellow passengers looked at him. But later the silence disappeared after Nyogoso went crazy singing the name of his late mother, the passengers were shocked, others saw the nuisance he is doing Nyogoso crazy but fortunately the time then arrived in Dodoma, it was about twelve o'clock in the evening. The car then rested before tomorrow's journey to Dar es Salaam. The passenger who volunteered to pay Nyogoso crazy fare, also did not hesitate to buy him food. When he had done so, he bade her farewell and wished her a safe journey. The man said.http://deusdeditmahunda.blogspot.com/
"Crazy madman, my journey is over here. Of course you your journey is still going on. I beg you to have the same heart, don't be rude you will be loved by everyone".
"Thank you very much brother, God bless you. This is the meaning of masculinity, believe that if the world did not grow up with these weak creatures then all men would enter paradise", replied Nyogoso.
"What do you mean now? ..", asked the man.
"I mean it is very easy to understand. My brother woman is the only creature who has met the devil. That is why I strongly believe those who say women are second devils, because we do not know apart from the devil persuading Eve to eat fruit, we do not know what other words they agreed on. just, I beg you, live with them well because living with them requires more knowledge than anything in the world ", said Nyogoso madly and then burst out laughing. They all laughed and soon the man who paid the fare Nyogoso left with a shake of his head in disapproval of something.
The next morning the journey continued, at 5pm the bus arrived in Dar es Salaam. All the passengers got off the bus, including the mad Nyogoso, who was seen carrying a heavy load on his shoulder. Unparalleled joy reigned in his heart when he saw the city once again, in the depths of his thoughts the image of the image of Practice returned to him. The thing that led him to sing and dance, being the centerpiece of the brain stand. As he danced and sang, in front of his eyes down he saw a squirrel. He quickly picked it up and wiped the dust off his scrap flannel and then ate it while at the same time he took a step from the stand and towards a place he did not know while his shoulder hung his heavy load.
Nyogoso's insane life in the city of Dar es Salaam grew tense here, he slept on the floor and ate discarded crumbs. But as the life continued to depend on the lunatic, Suzani, on the other hand, became increasingly unhappy in her heart. His mind became more and more obsessed with the garbage boy. Eventually the girl decided to walk around in the garbage thinking that she would be able to see him there but every day she was empty-handed. He did not see the garbage collector Nyogoso who is already insane. Suzani cried a lot, she always did not know happiness. His life grew miserable all the time. And the spirit became more and more painful every time he saw his wallet that Nyogoso had picked up when he dropped it unknowingly. But when Nyogoso needed to hand him over, Suzani found herself uttering obscene words of contempt and ridicule without knowing the purpose of Nyogoso who grew up a garbage collector. The wallet grew with very valuable items, but Nyogoso did not cut anything. And when he handed it to him he did not wait for thanksgiving as the words he was told were enough for him. This is what kept Suzani away from wanting her romantically.http://deusdeditmahunda.blogspot.com/
Suzani died, while on the other side of Muhimbili hospital she saw Mazoea's mother with a big smile. His face showed something made him happy.
"Doctor! Has he really opened his eyes? ...", asked mother Mazoea.
"Yes, but the effort is still ongoing," the doctor replied. Mother Mazoea still did not want to believe the answer, in a voice of surprise with tears streaming down her cheeks she said "It's..it's .. Does it mean she's alive? .."


She grew up with indescribable joy, all the while her heartbeat was racing. Tears of joy also did not stay away from his eyes, they came out of him as he raised his eyes and hands up and thanked Allah for accomplishing this miracle. He shared the good news with all his relatives and friends, and he could not believe it, as most of them grew up in despair and knew that Mazoea had died. And even the news that spread faster, stated that Mazoea had died. But that day they receive text messages on their cell phones, stating that the practice is eye-opening.
While this is happening on the part of the Mazoea family, on the other hand the crazy Nyogoso seemed to enjoy life in Dar es Salaam. Her home is in the garbage while the food she relied on was crumbs thrown by her mother, it was food that could not cause her any harm. Never did it happen the day he was stricken with an outbreak, God helped him according to the real life that the young man had. The days went by, and that was the life of a crazy Nyogoso. One morning early, the city of Dar es Salaam was overshadowed by heavy clouds in the sky. Soon a torrential downpour rained down on the city at the same time as madness Nyogoso grew up still lying on the edge of the dump in Kinondoni. Suddenly he awoke from his sleep, the rain had stopped his sleep and then he stood up and stretched it while crying. When he finished the exercise he took the step to go to the dump to find the trash that had been thrown that morning, because his stomach was already hungry. But he was unlucky to find it, despite a high-profile search.
"Loh! So all the spoils have been eaten by rats or is it to say that people did not eat yesterday ?. This is not normal sir", said Nyogoso madly as he came out of the dump. When he reached the edge of the garbage dump, he grabbed his duffel bag and walked out of the dumpster, into the street looking for something to pick up to quench his severe hunger that morning.
He walked back and forth, finally reaching Mwananyamala. In the distance he saw a restaurant in front of him, he let out a smile as he believed that his hunger had already been cured. So crazy Nyogoso approached the restaurant, but Ntilie's mother, who was marrying him at the restaurant, when she saw Nyogoso crazy, stood up and said, "Where are you coming from? I don't want to see you here. As soon as the madman Nyogoso left his place, two steps ahead he was shocked after being drenched in dirty water. He turned to look back, and saw my mother, the one who had sent him away, and the one who had poured out the filthy water.
"What's wrong with me until he pours dirty water on me?", Wondered the crazy Nyogoso at that moment looking at the mother ntilie with tears of sadness, he was very sad tears came out then he continued his journey and did not even say a word and mother ntilie the gubu.
The episode is going crazy Nyogoso, otherwise the situation of Mazoea continued to improve. Efforts by a panel of doctors led to the rescue of the girl, who was pronounced dead at the time of drinking poison the day she received the news that her boyfriend Nyogoso, a garbage collector, had been sentenced to six years in prison.
The spirit hurt him so much, he believed that he was the source of Nyogoso's imprisonment. But it was not his advice but his heart that attracted him to him regardless of the life the young man had. He wanted to apologize, but he missed the opportunity because his parents kept him in check to make sure Mazoea didn't even have time to talk to him while using the power of money to bind Nyogoso which Mazoea considered suicide believing believing he would recover from the intense pain he felt in his heart. That's when he decided to drink poison.
Mama Mazoea was very happy to see her daughter's condition getting better, she was very happy. And that's when she and her husband decided to agree to let their daughter do what she saw fit, although father Mazoea apparently did not agree with the issue at all percent but only agreed to satisfy his wife.
"But my wife, in this situation do you think Mazoea will really read? ..", asked Mr Dominic. Father Practices.
"My husband, your daughter already knows the will. If we continue to stop her one day we will find her hanged", replied mother Mazoea in a gentle voice full of sadness in her. Mr Dominic remained a little silent, hand on his cheek. He later broke the silence and said, "Surely this is a tragedy."
"Absolutely my husband, and you are not wrong", supported mother Mazoea. She was devastated because she knew her daughter was being abused. He wanted Mazoea to keep his mind on the lessons and not the will as he does. He thought for a moment and finally took a deep breath and then said "Oh my God what do you mean for my son? Why have you changed so much? ..", the words he said to himself with his face up, as soon as he lowered and looked at his daughter in bed. They met face to face, with tears streaming down their cheeks. In a low voice full of sadness in her he said "Mother please help me"
"What can I do for my son?", Mother Mazoea asked her daughter.
"If you are ready, mother, help me. Get the prisoner out of the garbage can, because I love him so much and ask him to understand me please", a cry followed after Mazoea spoke those words full of simanzi in it. Certainly mother Mazoea also shed tears especially looking at her daughter. "Practice. You are my only son whom I can count on, so I do not expect to lose your happiness. Be quiet, your mother is here. If you are released from the hospital, I promise I will bring your partner", cursed mother Mazoea. The words made Mazoe release a wide smile mixed with tears. He took a deep breath and then said "I will be very grateful to my mother"
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Two weeks later, Mazoea was finally allowed to return home. Her condition now seemed stable even though she was given medication to continue drinking at home to finish the dose. But apart from that, the doctor begged Mazoea's mother and father not to upset the girl because Mazoea was already psychologically unhealthy, the love of the garbage collector who had experienced the occasional turmoil that led to her suffering. The elderly Mr Dominic and his wife accepted the doctor's advice. When they got home, Mazoea kept reminding his mother about the issue of getting Nyogoso out of jail. Mother Practices saw no need to waste time. One day he phoned Afande Daniel as he was his closest person, his intention was to get them involved in any way to get Nyogoso out of jail. It's been a long time since Nyogoso was released from prison on presidential pardon, so it was difficult for Afande Daniel to quickly remember the man who had asked his mother Mazoea. It was then that Mama Mazoea began to remind her of some of the events she had shared with her in the past. Daniel burst into laughter after remembering him, when he interrupted his laughter and said "Anhaa the boy? Doh! Why has he been out of jail so long ago?http://deusdeditmahunda.blogspot.com/
"What do you say? My God. What shall I say to him now Practice? ..", exclaimed mother Mazoea, suddenly a thin sweat came out of her. He felt very small, like a squirrel.
And when mother Mazoea grew up in that state of unconsciousness, on the other hand appeared Suzani. It grew in the evening in the market place buying various necessities. Suddenly he found himself shocked to see Nyogoso. He wondered to himself "Who is not the garbage collector who has picked up my wallet or I have likened him", Suzani's eyes stared at Nyogoso madly with a heavy shock and his heart raced at the same time as he took steps to follow him while saying to himself " "I don't know if he will still remember me. But I'll just remind him and he'll remember me. If he just remembers me then everything will be over, I'll apologize and tell him the truth of my feelings about him, I'll definitely change him to be a good man."

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