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Teach them about safety on public transport: If someone makes them feel unsafe, they should go and sit near the driver, or if it a train move to another compartment which has other people. Emphasise that they should not get off before their own stop. There are emergency alarms on all buses and trains and tell them to use these if they feel they are in danger..
“It’s natural, tonight, to feel some disappointment. But tomorrow, we must move beyond it and work together to get our country moving again.” These are words we often hear from losing candidates in the US elections, after the results have been publicized. As we are moving closer to the Congolese election, I wonder if a losing candidate would be capable of saying such words..