24-year-old Seydou Mohammad, a professional football player, who fled from Ghana, where he was subjected to persecution because of their sexual orientation, was granted asylum in Canada. In an effort to obtain this document, Mohammad nearly lost fingers on both hands, writes the newspaper the National Post.
In 2015, the young man moved from Ghana to USA. He filed a petition to grant him asylum in this country on the grounds that at home he, like other representatives of nontraditional sexual orientation are in danger. After several months spent in the temporary accommodation of illegal migrants, seydoux was thrown out on the street as asylum was denied.
Released from custody and who were awaiting deportation, a young man in December of last year attempted to move to Canada. For seven hours he, along with one of his companions in misfortune, were from North Dakota to Emerson, despite the fact that the frost that day was up to thirty degrees. Both the traveler was discovered by the truck driver and taken to the hospital.
Hands seydoux had frostbite so much that surgeons had to remove him with all ten fingers. However, the young man claims that, after receiving right to remain in Canada, he feels happy, despite the fact that he has to relearn how to hold a spoon.
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