A group of refugees have been refusing to eat for a week in an asylum centre in the city. They are the same asylum seekers who contacted Libertà to ask for greater attention to the menu offered yesterday, which a group of migrants objected to. “The food you see was not edible. We had to throw it in the garbage, we couldn’t do otherwise,” they said.
The managers of the facility reply: “It’s not easy to accommodate the different food customs of so many ethnic groups. The Nigerians prefer some foods, the young Pakistanis different ones, and so on.