The women of Lambu hold a rally at the House of Assembly to ask for a law against domestic violence. Salma Yaji tells Bintu that she needs to talk to the police. She is sure that her son James didn’t kill her husband.
Three in four children regularly suffer violence committed by parents and guardians. In Africa, too, many children become victims of domestic violence. South Africa has now outlawed corporal punishment in the home.
Kayla, Jammo and Fidelis are about to shed light on the murder of Musa Bamafor. The building contractor had refused to be part of a dirty deal with a politician and false rumours about him started spreading online.
The young self-appointed detectives make an interesting discovery about the website Roving Eye News. The newspaper Lubyna News tells a completely story about the youth centre and the corruption issues linked to it.
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