El hombre que desde hace cuatro años vive solo en un barco abandonado

Una decisión judicial obligó a Mohammed Aisha a encargarse de un barco que no es suyo. Cada vez hay más casos de marinos y barcos abandonados en el mundo.

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MOHAMMED AISHA: Hi, I'm chief officer of MV Aman, Mohammed Aisha. I've been on board the ship since May 2017. I have to swim to shore every two or three days to charge my phone and to get food or water. Please help.

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This is our current position.

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If you're stuck in solitary prison, solitary metal prison, now going on four years, you can see some rodents sometimes. You can see a lot of bugs, like flies and mosquitoes. At night, it's like a grave. You can see anything. You can't hear anything. I've lost my mother two years ago and she's never going to see me again because of this damn, this cursed ship. All I want is to go back home to my family.

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MOHAMED ARRACHEDI: This situation of Mohammed is unjust. No one can accept that Mohammed has been forgotten. Is this the case? Has been forgotten on board because the owner, he has abandoned the ship. This is his decision. The court of Egypt has appointed Mohammed as a legal guard of the ship. Mohammed is alone on board of the ship with no water, no electricity. Who has to assume the responsibility?

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MOHAMMED AISHA: I am chief mate. Before I came here to the ship, I was one step away from being the captain. Like I said, I love my job. And I am good at it. And my former colleagues will tell you that. But this nightmare, I still don't understand how this happened to me.

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