A Sudanese single mother says she is considering moving back to Africa because she cannot control her teenage sons, one of which is in jail. Asha Awur, 36, who earlier this month made headlines for her comments about her Centrelink payment not being 'enough' to raise her six children on, told Daily Mail Australia her eldest son, who was just two years old when the family arrived as refugees from war-torn Sudan, had gone off the rails at a young age. Now he is behind bars and his younger brother is beginning to act out. Ms Awur and her children do not have any extended family members in Australia, and the two men who fathered the family are no longer on the scene. The Brisbane woman believes being surrounded by family and a solid community, like the one available to her children in Africa, will instill responsibility and confidence in the youngsters, who will return as better people. 'Back home, you have relatives by your side, they can help you. A lot of people prefer to come back,' she said. 'I regret coming to Australia. 'When we came, I thought it was going to be heaven, but when our children go astray, it's not something to be proud of.' Read more: Sudanese mum says she wants her kids to go back to Africa | Daily Mail Online Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook She finds herself in similar circumstances to others. There are plenty of people in the comments that are ready to send her and her family back to Africa.