I was born in a small village in Sudan, where it was impossible for me to get education. In 2003, I fled home in pursuit of education. Before I left, I desired to study Political Science and hoping one day to become a politician.
However, as time went by, I grew aware of how corrupted the government really was, so I decided politics was not for me. After careful thoughts, I concluded the best way for me to help others was to study law, so I can help other refugees, like me, to pursue their dreams.
My journey has been long and hard. I first started in Egypt and then traveled to Jordan where I applied for multiple universities. Yet, because of my status as a refugee, they could not accept me. I, then, heard that in Europe it was possible to become established as a citizen and go to university; that is why I came to Paris. Throughout my journeys, I have gotten the chance to learn English from different people, most of them are American.
Everyone I have met have always encouraged me to never give up hope, even with the chance of being deported back to Sudan, and to always pursue the dreams in my heart.