In Senegal’s capital city Dakar, fragile tranquility prevailed on Monday following three days of intense protests.
Slowly but cautiously, activities resumed in various parts of the city. However, at the Liberté 6 market, one of Dakar’s bustling commercial hubs, shopkeepers continue to express concern over the recent wave of demonstrations.
The market, usually bustling with customers, now experiences a scarcity of visitors, and business owners lament the detrimental impact on their livelihoods.
WADRs Demba Amar Anne, brings us a comprehensive report on the situation, shedding light on the lingering effects of the protests on the local economy and the livelihoods of the people.