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Refugee: I was treated like minister when I set foot in Australia

Makwaye Masudi Deo meets Naomi Steer of Australia for UNHCR Source: Australia for UNHCR

Australia every year welcomes several thousand refugees. One such ex-refugee is Mr Makwaye Masudi Deo, originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo. He arrived in Australia in 2015.He was on stage to tell the Refugee Day breakfast in Sydney his experiences of life as a refugee and his resettlement in Australia with his family.Mr Deo spoke with Martin Kwakwa. First, how he's adjusting to life in Australia.

Mr Deo was on stage for a question & answer session at the World Refugee Day Breakfast in Sydney.

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