DAILYKENN.com -- Abdir Isaak, 48, migrated to Sweden seven years ago and acquired a small apartment. He then brought his entire family, including seven children to live with him.
The process is called 'chain migration.'
The unemployed Isaak complains that his apartment is too small for the family of eleven. (Two children were since born in Sweden). It appears that Isaak and his wife are professional welfare recipients.
We're guessing his nine children are destined to continue in the family business.
From hemhyra.se ▼ (Google translation)
How is life like that?
- Can not be described. We are eleven people on a toilet every morning. Should the children shower, they will be lucky to do it after school. You can imagine yourself. The apartment is also very tired.
Can not you buy a home?
"Both me and my wife are unfortunately unemployed, so we can not afford to buy anything.
From Nyheteridag ▼ (Google translation)
Abdir Isaak acquired a 62-square-second in the Bishop's Gothenburg seven years ago. Not long after, he took his entire family from Somalia. Now they live, eleven people, of which nine children between the ages of 2-19 are in the same apartment.
- Can not be described. We are eleven people on a toilet every morning. Should the children shower, they will be lucky to do it after school. You can imagine yourself. The apartment is also very tired, says Abdir Isaak.
It's hard for the kids to do homework at home, and it's not a matter of bringing home some friends. The school has been aware of the situation and has signed a certificate that the children need a larger residence.
Abdir Isaak says they are looking for a bigger apartment somewhere in Gothenburg, preferably a four or five, but have not found anything yet. Buying a home is not relevant because both husband and wife are unemployed.
During the period the couple have lived in the apartment they have acquired two children. Hem & Hyra's reporter asks if they were not hesitant to do so.
- Well, it's clear we were. But it became as it happened, says Abdir Isaak.
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