BBC World Service Radio Station – Friday 22 May, 2009
Most people would be only too keen to get out of the refugee camps where they spent their childhood but Gemma Tracee Apiku cannot wait to return.
She spent eight years of her young life as a refugee in Southern Sudan after her family escaped Uganda in the 1980s when the Idi Amin regime – in which her father was a soldier – was overthrown.
Life was grim living in the congested transit camps, with up to eight people living in a small hut. . .