Namaste Ibrahim


I walked fast to catch up with him. He was busy talking on his cell phone. But once he saw me he greeted me saying Namaste. It was a pleasant surprise. Later I leant from him that he had worked in a factory with Indians for nine years in Bageir on Madani road in the outskirts of Khartoum. Ibrahim is from Darfur but he has not gone back to Darfur since 2005.

Published by BhaskarChak Bengaluru

Faculty of Marketing and Digital Entrepreneurship. Pharma Marketing Veteran with International Experience. TEDx Speaker

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