Therefore, it is only fair to demonstrate humane behaviour towards each other as we carry on with our daily lives. Do not let your brothers and sisters go hungry, die from a lack of medical attention or be victims of a crime that you could have prevented.
“You are your brother’s keeper. Protect your people and those around you”.Alfred Yambo
This so much reminds us to consider the persons living with disabilities. They are not helpless but have a lower chance of getting access to help when in trouble. It therefore falls onto society to come in and help them. You have to be there for those stigmatized by HIV/AIDS and the young girls that have suffered unwanted pregnancies from rape and other negative practices. It is your duty to take care of your brother and sister.
Let us stay strong during these harsh times of COVID-19. Let us remember that the issues at work plaguing us have not been caused by the citizens but by the paying authorities. We must therefore be ready to respond to the citizens when needed.
Have a helping hand ready for your fellow child, man or woman.