My name is Oneal  Musaada,  I am 12 years old and I am in grade 5.  I am Congolese and I come from the Mayukwayukwa refugee  camp in Kaoma, Western Province of Zambia.  I have 3 brothers, Omeri, Omedy, and Omari.


We had to run away from Congo because of the war. We started off going to Namibia. However, as my brothers and I did not have passports the immigration officials suspected my parents of child trafficking and arrested us all and  sent  us to prison for six months. Eventually we were taken to Mayukwayukwa camp  where we given a small plot of land to build a house on. Life in the camp is not so good and finding food is very difficult. 

At home my mother sells vegetables. I like helping my mother with the housework and playing football with my brothers, I also like reading.  I want to be a pilot when I finish school. 

My parents and I were very excited when I was selected for a scholarship at Pestalozzi Zambian Village. I promise to work very hard so that  I can make them proud.



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