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Danny Kruger reports from his company’s work with ex-offenders

By Danny Kruger   January 2010

Archie was born in Rwanda but when he was only three or four he arrived in Nigeria without his parents for some reason, and he just “survived.” He lived with a tribe of street kids; he doesn’t talk about it. Then when he was 15 he got a job on the docks, unloading cargo, paid in dollars. He saved up until one day he could do it: buy a fake passport and a plane ticket to London.

When he went he had no one to say goodbye to, and anyway if he’d told anyone in advance they would have robbed…

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