There are errors – in spelling or use of prepositions or punctuation marks – to proofread. But the one-page script in English is clear enough to tell the story of the tenth grader, the horrors he endured in Myanmar and on his difficult 10-day walk with his family to the Rohingya camp in Cox’s Bazar.
The boy, Roshit Mubarak, writes about the killing of Rohingya people and burning of their houses by the Myanmar military, and how they were driven out of their home.
He is grateful to Bangladesh’s government for sheltering them in a camp at Moynaghona. He says he needs a job so that his family with “a lot of members” can have better meals in the camp.
In another script, Sawlimullah writes that he had a dream to study in a university, but he had to flee his hometown Buttindaung after Myanmar military cracked down on Rohingya people in Rakhaine state. He urges “world presidents” (world leaders) to solve Rohingya people’s crisis and help them get their “heritage” back.