‘I’m so glad to be home’ after illness stops her from travelling
I’m so happy to be here, to be a part of this community, but this illness has stopped me from travelling, said Imani Cazaleta.
Imani, who is one of the first to arrive at the new restaurant in the heart of Kano, was one of more than a hundred passengers who paid their respects to the family of a man who died after being ill in the country.
I’m really happy to finally be home, she said.
The new fast food restaurant in Kano has opened its doors to the public on the second day of the opening on Monday.
“My family was here to celebrate his birthday with us, but I don’t know how long he was here,” Imana said.
“I am so glad he is safe.
I am thankful that the government is working to provide health facilities, so we can get to work again.”
The restaurant opened on Monday after a lengthy period of waiting.
About 300 families from Kano’s small town of Nusa Tenggara arrived to pay their respects.
A small sign outside the restaurant reads: “Happy birthday to NusaTenggara!”
In an effort to make a positive impact on the lives of the community, the restaurant will offer free samples of snacks and free drinks on the first day.
Cazaletas son, Daniel, is a teacher at the local school.
His father, Imano Cazeta, who has been caring for Daniel for nearly five years, said he was overwhelmed by the outpouring of support from around the world.
“I had a hard time keeping my eyes open,” Daniel said.
“But today it’s a big blessing to see so many people come here.”
My son Daniel is very brave.
He is a very strong boy and he doesn’t cry a lot.”‘
We will be able to survive’Despite her illness, the family is optimistic that she will be okay.”
It’s going to be very tough to reopen this business, but we will be ready.” “
This is just the start of the journey to bring new fast foods here, because this is not an ordinary business.”
It’s going to be very tough to reopen this business, but we will be ready.
” More to come.