Alex Ntung

Alex was a cattle herder in Democratic Republic of Congo. Growing up, he survived extreme ethnic violence, losing many members of his family. He encountered countless incidents of xenophobia and physical attacks in school and was displaced to Rwanda where he witnessed the 1994 genocide. Continuing threats led Alex to the UK seeking asylum. He attended college and university gaining an MA in the Anthropology of Conflict. He is author of, ‘Not My Worst Day’ about his experience of genocide. He works in community cohesion, international development, is a consultant in political and security analysis and reading for a

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