Oluwaseun Ola, who has been living in direct provision for six years, writes:
“Putting the finishing touches to a poem I’m writing and I found this (above), it was written by my 9 year old daughter.
As much as I’m proud of her, it hurts to see that she’s aware of the “class” she belongs.
I’m waiting for that day I’ll walk out of this system.”
Previously: Direct Provision on Broadsheet