Italian family fosters Gambian migrant: 'The son we never had'

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Muhammed "Lexy" Sanneh (centre) surrounded by the Ferraro family

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In our series of letters from African journalists, Ismail Einashe meets a Gambian migrant who was fostered by an Italian family as a teen.

Muhammed Sanneh was an orphan when he left The Gambia aged 16 to try and find a way to support his two younger siblings.

They had all been living with his grandmother in the northern town of Basse, where life was…

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