(Editor’s note: Two weeks ago, we began a short series of posts reporting stories of refugees who left Mali after the beginning of a Tuareg rebellion. Today, we bring a small dose of good news from one of the refugees, Mohamed Ag Amano, who told us in his own words his own refugee experience.)
The Africa.com staff would like to congratulate the Ag Ibibi Attaher family on the birth of their beautiful baby boy, Mohamed Aly. We received this message from Mohamed Ag Amano from Nouakchott. We send our best wishes to the whole family!
[En français] Même dans les moments les plus pires un nouveau né est le signe d’un bon espoir !
Un moment de sourire et de joie sur les visages ! Nous vous annonçons la naissance du fils de Ag Ibibi Attaher réfugié à Nouakchott ! Né le mardi 14 fevrier à 4h du matin à Nouakchott !
Longue vie !
Even in the worst moments a newborn is a sign of hope, a moment of smiles and joy on the faces. We announce the birth of Mohamed Aly, son of a refugee in Nouakchott, born Tuesday, February 14th at 4 a.m. Long life!