People Live Here by TJ Benson
Kanulia is a 25 year old single-mother whose quest for a better job that will help her raise her son in the post-PMS subsidy removal crises of January 2012 lands her a foreign-aid nursing work in Sana’a in the after-math of the Yemeni-Uprising the previous year. With the cast of eccentric yet friendly coworkers from all over the world, she eases into the old city, takes in the architecture. She begins a journey of friendship, trauma and rediscovery that will bring her back to Nigeria a changed woman, even though she is initially unaware of it, it’s a change that will save lives at the crisis stricken Northern borders of her country.
in ‘People Live Here’, you will experience the world through Lia’s unforgettable, honest and fragmented mind. It is a story about what a person, a study of human character and a lesson in compassion. Lisa is a young woman in a chaotic world trying to root herself to the sensibilities required for her to survive but finding herself always drifting towards something more noble, idealistic, and possibly destructive