Lassanew tries to learn our language every day, attending a school. He lives with six other men in a room.
And is not allowed to work yet. If he is lucky, he’ll get permission in one month, he told me, smiling a bit.
When I asked him, what he would like to work if he could, I recognized, that he never thought about it. After a while Nassanew answered, that he would do anything – if he could, he’d work on the assembly line.
He agreed to me taking a picture, but didn’t want to show his face. I agreed, too. And so this photograph came to pass. I’ll print it and bring it back to him.
Lassanew, I wish you the very best. Keep on going, you are a great man.