In May 2021, a girl of about twelve years of age was brought to the Conakry center.
She was brought in by her parents, they didn't know exactly what had happened to their daughter.
Later, in the presence of a film crew from the M. Gorky Film Studio, Mamadam herself told her story.
The girl's story:
"When I was a little girl, about four years old, my uncle took me from my parents, settling me with him. Later the man told me that since I was an albino, I could earn money. I was brought to Conakry and given to some people who I had to live and work with.
I had to walk with a disabled blind man, carry him in a wheelchair and beg for alms.
There was another woman in the house, probably the man's wife. In the evening we returned home, gave her the money and went to our rooms.
I lived in a room with the other kids.
This blind man came to me, constantly touched me, raped me, hurt me. When I tried to tell the woman about it, she didn't believe me and beat me.
But then another albino girl was brought in, and this man came into our room in the evening and went not to me, but to her. At that moment, I ran out of the room to call his wife.
I shouted to her: "You don't believe me, but he's raping the second child right now!" A scandal broke out between the disabled man and his wife, and there was a fight. And I was threatened with death if I told anyone about what had happened to me. So I kept silent for a long time and decided to tell about it only when I got to the center.
I see: here I'm treated well, I'm loved, and I'm not afraid anymore, I really want to be free of it, it prevents me from living."