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LW E N D O it off, but then it got stuck in the shaft and was making a PAH PAH PAH PAH PAH noise every time it went around. ” The tandi knelt down and saw Omari—his shirt ribboned, his shoulder and back bleeding. ” Omari shouted to the tandi. ” Omari was immediately taken to a local police station, where he was interrogated and asked where his parents were. “I just said to the police that my parents lived in Arusha, and that I had been trying to return to Arusha,” he recounts. Omari was put on the next bus north, and he reached his intended destination later that evening.
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