Ibrahim Omer is a former Eritrean refugee who lately grew to become the primary African member of parliament in New Zealand. He’s a part of the nation’s Labour Celebration.
Through the election marketing campaign, Mr Ibrahim stated he needed to “battle for individuals in his earlier state of affairs to have higher alternatives for a good life”.
He fled Eritrea in 2003, to a refugee camp in neighbouring Sudan.
He then resettled in New Zealand the place he labored as a cleaner. Mr Ibrahim saved sufficient cash to review at Victoria College, in Wellington, after which he received into politics.
Mr Ibrahim shares his unbelievable journey with the BBC’s Peter Okwoche.