Mr David Mwangi Wagai is Kenyan born (and an asylum seeker in Europe). He has written this book to expose the difficulties experienced by asylum seekers (and in many cases other migrants) as a result of running away from their countries of birth or origins to foreign countries in fear of their lives, to safety, to avoid persecutions from oppressive, authoritarian and undemocratic regimes which cannot tolerate criticism or challenges to their powers from their own citizens, so that such regimes may possibly change and become free, fair, transparent and violence-free governments, and avoid forcing their citizens to experience such sufferings. This book also exposes the dangerous links that exist between brutal and corrupt governments and their state-sponsored "gangs" or "power-structures" which act on behalf of such governments.
This book also brings out a balanced understanding to the families and friends of the asylum seekers and migrants who live back in the migrants' countries of origin, so that these families and friends don't always assume that their parents, partners, brothers, sisters, sons, daughters or friends are living a life of luxury "abroad" and have forgotten about them or don't want to help or support them. Also offers a quick analysis linking Atlantic Slave Trade to Colonisations to Migrations and a brief analysis on asylum and migrant statistics. This book also highlights mental ailments as a major concern suffered by asylum seekers and other migrants-a problem mostly neglected or not well acknowledged by health workers and other health professionals, immigration agencies and asylum seekers themselves.
Emotionally complex, heart-warming, and funny.