sisikama wamamashujaa tunataka ,amani ,muichiyetu.sisikamawamama tunapoteza watotowetu wabwanazetu,nawazaziwetu, piyamalafikizetu.kwahiyomioyo yetu inanungunikasana kwajuu yahivyobitendo,vina endeleyakupatikana mu inchiyetu.maitajiyetuka,wamama tunapiganisha vitamu inchiyetu.Juuyakukosa ,amani wafanyavyashara ,watotowamasomo ,wakuleta maendeleomu inchi,nawenginewote wafanyakazi, tunakosa gisi yaku endelesha ,ilemakaziyote,juuyavita.
vilevile wabinti zetu wana endeleyakuzala watoto wenye hawana wakuwaleya.violence ,ina endeleyanakwawamamavilevile.
kwahiyokama wamamashujaa,tunaombasana,amani,iwongezeke katika inchiyetu ikuwe y'amani nasisi tukuwe watuwamaendele
o.natuzaletuleye kama zawazaziwengine.juuyavita muzazi,hapende kuzalatena.
English translation by community member Celya
As Mama Shujaa, we want peace in our country. As mothers, we have lost our children, our husbands, our parents and our friends. Our hearts have been saddened because of what is happening in our country. Our wish, as mothers, is to have a peaceful country. The lack of peace has delayed development, our children are not going to school, people who would be agents of development and everyone else have no means of doing anything because of war. And so our daughters keep giving birth to children who have no body to look after them. The violence is not sparing mother. Because of that, as Mama Shujaa, we are asking that peace may be reinforced in our country. If our country has peace, we will be progressive. We will give birth to children that we will look after just like other mothers elsewhere. This war has made women hate having children.