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Iggy Comes to N’Djamena

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Iggy and Gabriel / Photo: i-ACT

Iggy and Gabriel / Photo: i-ACT


It was not all bad to have to spend extra time in N’Djamena. By luck, our good friend and 2012 Darfur United player, Iggy, has been here studying English. I asked if he would come meet us at our hotel. I did not cross my mind how he would get here. He walked fifty minutes from the neighborhood he lives in. I felt so bad.