A young Nigerian decides to take the irregular migration route to Europe. A young young film student is determined to tell the stories of irregular migrants. This is the story of the dangers that irregular migrants face in trying to seek greener pastures in foreign lands.

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Writer Biography - AbdulMajeed Mamudu

AbdulMajeed Mamudu (Mamudu AbdulMajeed) was born and raised in Nigeria. He started out as the official promoter and rep for the defunct U.K music group JJC & 419 squad which later included afro-pop star D'Banj and Kween. He also freelanced as a writer for a few magazines. After his university education in Nigeria he attended the New York Film Academy in Abu Dhabi in 2011 where he received a Diploma in film making. He has written, produced and directed 2 short films. "Silenced Voice" and "Just another pervert?" and has also worked on a few others in various capacities.

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I usually write the kind of stories I would like to read or see on the big/small screen. Even though sometimes some of these stories are the same kind of stories millions of people are already familiar with, sometimes there's that story that doesn't get told too often or needs to be told to a larger audience.
Often times I just want to write something entertaining and sometimes the need to tell a specific story that needs to be told just because it needs to be told taps you on the shoulder.
This is one of such stories. I write this story hoping while people might be entertained while reading or watching on the screen, something changes in the way they see the world afterwards.
I want people to realize that whatever world they live in, there are millions of people living in a million other worlds and being aware of this fact as well as knowing their stories is world changing.
I wrote this hoping that probably forgotten readers or audiences sees a little of themselves in these characters.