Originaire d'El Gonna à Sbeïtla, Othman Khenichi passe ses journées sur la route en travaillant comme chauffeur de taxi collectif (Louage). Avec l'apparition de la pandémie de covid-19 et la mise en place du couvre-feu qui en résulte, il a subitement perdu son emploi.يقضي عثمان السميشي أصيل منطقة القنة بسبيطلة أيامه على الطرقات يعمل كسائق سيارة لواج. بقدوم جائحة الكوفيد وإجراءات حظر الجولان التي رافقتها، وجد الرجل مورد رزقه قد توقف فجأة.
Othmane Semichi's daily life has been greatly affected by the covid-19 measures.
Being the father of a large family, his situation and that of his children is still very insecure, especially as Sbeitla was severely impacted by the food shortages of 2022.
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