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The Escape Diaries: ′I want to return to Ukraine′ | Africa | DW


This article is part of ‘The Escape Diaries’, a series about the personal experiences of African students who fled the war in Ukraine. Find out more about how the war changed their lives and what the future holds for them.

“My name is Olawale Abdulmajeed, I am a 32-year old Nigerian, a 5th year medical student, and had to flee the war in Ukraine not even a year after arriving in the country. At the Dnipro Medical Institute I hoped to finish my studies after transferring from a school outside Nigeria which was declared unaccredited. But the war shattered those plans, and forced me to flee to Dordrecht in the Netherlands.

Nigerian Olawale Abdulmajeed

Olawale Abdulmajeed

I was born in Lagos, as the last of three children. My elder brother runs the farm together with my mother; my father is a car vendor who…



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