‘Money has more value than a human being’
“I didn’t know if the journey would be dangerous or not, or anything about it at all. I didn’t have anyone who could inform me,” Adonay says, admitting he “didn’t have a clue”.
“What happened to me in Libya, my life was so hard, and I was in a lot of stress. They did a lot of damage to my brain,” he says. “Until now, my brain doesn’t work perfectly.” Despite the physical violence he endured, Adonay insists the effect on his mental health has been deeper, calling the psychological impacts “the worst thing they did to me”.