Two migrants repatriated after many difficult years on the continent have created an association to raise awareness and to demand for more job opportunities.

After being stripped of his clothes, beaten, enslaved and finally sent back to Gambia, Karamo Keïta is sure that nobody should live the hell he experienced in Libya during his terrible journey toward Europe.

Back in Banjul, Karamo Keïta, 27 years old, founded, together with other migrants victims of abuses during the journey through the Sahara, an association, young against iregular migration, creation of jobs in Gambia.

Source: Le Monde