“Once you enter (Libya), there’s beatings, many lice, itching disease. There’s thirst and you don’t eat,” Matius says.
"We were just like the wind,” he says. “We didn’t have anything.”
“We were starving. We faced thirst in the Sahara. People were panicking in the car, and everybody was so weak” Matius says
“I entered another world; you just see darkness,.” he says.
“She screamed, ’No, that can't be. It is better to go back! Maybe I can make something work in Sudan. This is where I lost my husband and I do not want to lose my children too’,” he says.
“Libya….you can call it hell.”
“I mean it was, the worst detention. You could call it a cemetery.”
“If I could be able to have a family, to buy a house, a place of my own…that’s what I think is the best.”