The Zimbabwean government has turned the country into an Army state, innocent citizens are being tortured and women are being sexually harassed.
Our lives don’t matter until #ZimbabweanLivesMatter! Pray for Zimbabwe, we call on the African Union to intervene! https://t.co/DDiyTmVW9P
Guyz Be warned.....
"Yesterday I went home very late from an official function and because i had no other means of transport, I decided to use a bodaboda. On arriving home, I alighted, paid the guy and left. As I approached our gate, I saw the boda guy following me, https://t.co/JhoBUbJCmW
Nimemsikia Rais Magufuri na jibu lake la kibaguzi la ovyo dhidi yangu. Yeye ndiye alisema ktk Maendeleo hakuna itikadi. Sioni ajabu sifa kubwa ya Rais Magufuri ni kuropoka. Akipewa jogoo anampa mume Mama yake wewe Uliona wapi Mtoto kumpatafutia hawala mama yake. Rais Jitathimini. https://t.co/lHQHGje5Xu
When you control all arms of the STATE, passing repressive and unconstitutional laws becomes your modus operandi. It’s now a CRIME to call for demonstrations “that may lead to public disorder” via social media in #Tanzania. They can now imprison us on POSSIBILITY and not OUTCOME! https://t.co/Qh8Yx4qEcJ
At 3:30 am this morning police battering rammed into my apartment with machine guns on me while in bed asleep. Handcuffed and not told what for for 15 mins. They were looking for another tenant with a warrant. I feel lucky to be alive but the trauma will last forever
Dr. Joseph Costa, the chief of critical care who treated the sickest coronavirus patients at Baltimore's Mercy Medical Center, died this weekend from Covid-19, the hospital confirmed to CNN. He was 56. https://t.co/yy6buOSGxj
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Eight weeks after recovery from COVID-19, antibody levels fell to undetectable levels in 40% of asymptomatic people and 13% of symptomatic people, according to the study published in the online journal Nature. https://t.co/MRGVykgS1zhttps://t.co/A7XEKAPEgL
“I was a little bit in denial. It can’t be that. I can’t get it twice.” Nurse Anitra Hines thought she was done with COVID after her first bout -- until it came back again, and hit her even harder than before. https://t.co/LdmsjvBpMVhttps://t.co/gBsUtNSs2n