To escape the specter of poverty and unemployment.. Abyan's popular markets are crowded with university graduatesEnglish - الاثنين 18 أكتوبر 2021 الساعة 04:20 م
Many young people who did not find a job opportunity in light of a collapsed living and economic situation due to the policy of the legitimate government of hotels, tended to overcrowding in the popular markets in Abyan Governorate, to earn a decent living and escape the specter of poverty.
The residents of Abyan who are university graduates, after despairing of obtaining suitable governmental or private jobs, take the sidewalks of the popular markets to sell goods despite the very low financial return they receive, but it represents a source of livelihood for them and their families that they cannot do without and have no alternative.
The teacher, Walid Awad Al-Sharafi, who works in the market, told NewsYemen that the difficult living conditions that the country has been going through for years and the lack of job opportunities prompted him and others to sell their goods in the market by sleeping on the sidewalks of the streets, where he resorted to selling vegetables and others in Fish, blacksmith, and others combined in some hard work to improve a limited income.
For his part, Mr. Fadl said: "What we see now for the popular markets is a very natural reflection of the low level of the individual's condition and a reflection of the state of poverty and unemployment, while not only those with limited incomes were forced, but everyone became stuck in a cycle of obligations due to the collapse of the local currency and the exorbitant price hike." .
As for Abd al-Rahman Omar al-Shami, who was an employee in the October 7 camp, he says: "I am 21 years old. I work in the popular markets to sell vegetables of all kinds, where I buy and sell them in a small mattress, and I have no work other than this work."
These residents wonder, when will their battle with life and war and the collapse of the living situation end, and when will the suffering of their families be alleviated in light of the presence of a government that does not care about its people displaced in Riyadh hotels? ..