Between Two Shores: The Migrant’s Tragic Duality | An essay by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

You see, the migrant’s tragedy is not merely displacement, but also the denial of their potential. Opportunities—once alluring mirages from home—vanish at the point of need, leaving only the echo of the cruel refrain, “Go back where you came from.” Each rejection carves another notch on the tally of our exile.

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