‘Imagine your child locked in camps with endless rules, depressed and isolated’
My husband and I, with our four children, have been living as Nigerian asylum seekers in direct provision for three years and nine months.
Throughout trouble and tragedy, my husband always struggled to give me and the children the best in life.
He became one of the best IT network technologists in Nigeria.
When we were forced to leave, my husband insisted that Ireland would be the best country for us.
He said his father had told him that no country so small and far away from Rome had produced so many saints.
“They are Catholics and…