Nesh Nesh’s Story: Follow the legal way!
“You know what I believed? - That those who suffer in Libya are those who couldn’t pay their fee or had no-one to pay for them. I thought that if you pay your fee, you can cross normally, but it isn’t like that. There are people who paid their thousands and are still trapped.”
“Two to three thousand people were detained there. They were from all over Africa, not just Eritreans. There are many forgotten people there; people whose smugglers have never contacted them after they were arrested on the beach. These are lost people who have wasted away in there for two or three years in a place where you can barely survive two or three nights.”
“Always when you follow the legal procedures, it’s very helpful in life. There are a lot of my brothers who escaped from Italy and absconded from the train. They got here to Germany and still have no legal status. They are still drifting about in reception centres and facing a lot of problems. So, what I got in Italy, the legal procedure that took ten months, has helped me a lo