Issa's story: A warning to my children
“People in Chad have dreams like me. Someone like me has had a difficult life and wants to study. His family is poor, broken by life in Chad and that's why he leaves and goes to Libya. Then you’ll face difficulties in Libya, on the way to Libya and when you reach Libya.” Says Issa.
“There were 65 people on the boat. The boat was 12 meters long. You can’t imagine the danger! This person is sitting here, and that person is sitting there. There is a big danger and any false movement would mean the end.” He recalls.
“Thank God I arrived, thank God, but the exhaustion and the things that happened I won’t forget in my whole life. All this I’ve written down in a notebook. I wrote everything for my children. Those who come after me will read this notebook.”