An African lady enters a building through the automatic glass door of the main entrance. On her way to the elevators, the male receptionist called from his seat behind the desk in elevated tone, “Hey, stop”.
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“I do not have a job. There are no jobs. Nobody cares for us in Nigeria. My people borrowed and contributed money for me to pay the driver that takes people to Mali and across the border to Libya. From there, I hope to cross over to Italy or Spain with the boat.