Will I ever see my children again?

I’m a 29-year-old male from Uganda, born in the city of Iganga. I come from a modest Muslim family, one of ten children. Growing up was challenging due to our limited resources. Our parents struggled to provide for our basic needs like food, shelter, clothing, and medical care, a problem further compounded by the government’s inability to assist.

Despite these hardships, I attended school, though I often lacked the funds for school fees, books, and other materials. When I was old enough to work, a friend offered me a job opportunity. I didn’t think twice before accepting, eager to earn money and improve my situation.

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Customs seize HK$430,000 worth of drugs, arrest one

Customs seized about 760 grams of methamphetamine with a value of about HK$430,000 at Hong Kong International Airport on Tuesday.

During customs clearance, officers found the batch of suspected methamphetamine concealed inside the underpants a man was wearing.

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