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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Margaret Anyoso
"I did not see my child until the sixth day after the surgery. The hospital staff were keeping her away from me, and it was only when I caused a scene that they brought her to me," said Ms. Anyoso, a vegetable seller and a single mother with five children who makes $5 on a good day.
A second mother named in the lawsuit, Margaret Anyoso, says she was locked up in Pumwani for six days in 2010 because she could not pay her $160 bill.