How spikes robbed city woman of her livelihood

archived    |    07 Aug 22

“Quite honestly, I feel robbed, I would trade anything to get my normal life back,” Chituwu narrates her ordeal during an interview at her friend’s home in Belvedere West. On January 25, 2017, a 43-year-old hardworking mother of three had just finished her day’s work when law enforcement gone wild changed her life for the worst. After wrapping up her duties at her place of work in Milton Park, Narai Chituwu was looking forward to commuting home as she has always done. Little did she know that the commuter omnibus she boarded at Prince Edward School would be her charter to a place of unimaginable pain. Her plans to rush home and rest were cruelly replaced by prolonged bleeding which she remembers vividly. Read more here.