"At first, I was not thinking about going to Libya, but to go wherever life took me. I met people going to Libya and I assumed it was a place where I could have a good standard of living and that I could build my future here."
"The smugglers tie your hands behind your back and make you sleep on your chest, they beat your legs with a stick. People are electrocuted whilst they pour water all over your body. The people in this hall were a mixture of Sudanese, Eritreans, and Somalis." Abdi recalls.