A young west African man describing his experiences in setting up his own business - UN video
Young Adult (18-35)
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on your car and I met in a detention centre in Libya. I was happy to hear someone speak my language after such a long time. And then we found out we're from the same town in Nigeria. Abu, I felt closer to home. From then on, we became brothers in Libya. I owe him, came to visit us and asked if we wanted to return to Nigeria. We said Yes. Once back, we completed our business training on decided to join hands to sit up on aluminium shop as part of our re integration project. This is an amazing project. I learned new skills in metal carpentry and now I'm earning enough to sustain my family. Ah, working with other people who understand what you've been through is a true blessing. We learn from each other, but we also support each other. Working with other people who understand what you've been through is a true blessing