Govt must curb the menace of beggars in cities
DAR ES SALAAM and other major towns across the country are currently witnessing a surge in the number of beggars, including children and aged persons, despite the government’s repeated attempts to evict them. As a result of the pronounced poverty ravaging the country and other historical and cultural factors, the army of beggars is increasing by the day. The large army of these street beggars can be found in strategic locations in the city such as traffic light junctions and shop pavements, causing a lot of inconveniences to other wananchi and even tourists...
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