Afghan refugee, Rahimullah, finds a better life in the UK after fleeing the Taliban; started that he is exposed to opportunities in the new country.
According to BBC News, he is one of 200 refugees that were given accommodation in a hotel in Northamptonshire after escaping the Taliban administration.
He claimed to have had a perfect life, however, before the ascension of the Taliban in 2021, August.
He had the luxury of going on picnics and sightseeing and had the chance of meeting former president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, and American Ambassador to Afghanistan, Ross Wilson.
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His connection to these people would have complicated his stay and made him susceptible to the killings in Afghanistan.
He said that when the Taliban came back to power people lost hope of achieving anything anymore.
He mentioned that his biggest grief was leaving his family behind which he had no other alternative of leaving due to the vulnerability of his position.
He admitted that since he came to the UK, he has taken part in the Northampton Town football games.
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He also has been made to feel like a person who hathe s the right to choices. He has been able to freely associate with people and be in places he wants to be.
He hopes to persist in his ambition for further education and attaining another Masters degree.
Council leader of West Northamptonshire, Jonathan Nunn, told reporters that the Conservative authority aimed to help refugees to adapt to life in the UK.
This included giving them access to medical care, education, recreation, sports and so on.
Source: BBC News