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Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by IleIfe2(m): 10:08am On Jun 18, 2013
For Nigerians resident in Kenya, these are the worst of times. Their plight could be compared to the era of slave trade when able-bodied Africans could not tell what the next minute held for them because human traffickers could pick them up the next minute.

Checks revealed that in recent times, Nigerians have become victims of undeserved humiliation and deportation in President Barrack Obama’s country of origin.

It was gathered that due to the uproar that followed a recent publication by Sunday Sun in which one of the deportees, Anthony Chinedu, recounted his sad experiences in the hands of Kenyan security personnel, the government of the East African country swiftly changed its strategy. According to latest deportees, the Kenyan security agents have resorted to bugging telephone conversations of Nigerians, and once the name or language sounds Nigerian, they would trace the person and get him arrested.

They stated that Nigerian citizens, especially those engaged in legitimate businesses in that country live literally with their hearts on their palms, hiding from place to place for fear of being picked up and bundled back home empty handed.

It was alleged that part of the grouse that the Kenyan President and his deputy have against Nigerian citizens was that Nigerians gave massive support to his rival in the country’s recent presidential election and that a Nigerian is in charge of the deputy president’s case at the International Criminal Court.

President orders mass arrest and deportation

A tacit official confirmation that Kenya-based Nigerians were really in for hard times, came last Monday, when that country’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, in a public function, gave his nod to mass deportation of Nigerians. While declaring open the 2nd National Conference on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) in Nairobi, on June 11, 2013, he ordered the security agencies to fish out, arrest and deport all foreigners suspected to engage in drug trafficking in Kenya. Sunday Sun monitored the reportage of the presidential order that was relayed in Kenyan radio and TV stations including NTV, Capital FM and Ghetto Radio- 89.5FM, as well as some tabloids the next day. Some of their headlines read: “Deport all suspected drug dealers”, “Police to arrest, deport all foreigners suspected of engaging in drug”, and “Deport all suspected foreign drug dealers”. It was gathered that since that official directive, several Nigerians have been secretly deported.

Many Nigerian citizens in that country saw the presidential order as an official permission to Kenyans to tag any face they do not like, as “suspected” drug dealer. One of them who mailed Sunday Sun stated that, “since all it takes to throw a foreigner out of Kenya is mere suspicion, landlords, debtors and anybody who doesn’t like your face only needs to call in the police and brand you a suspect.”

One of the victims who identified himself simply as Joe, spoke to Sunday Sun upon his arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, on Monday. Like Chinedu, he is also an indigene of Anambra state. Narrating his experiences in the hands of the Kenyan police, he stated that he was picked up Sunday night and told to choose either to die slowly in their (security men) hands or silent deportation.

“I asked them what they meant by going home silently and they said they would just buy a normal air ticket for me, so I could return to Nigeria like other normal travelers, and I chose the latter,” he said.

Joe said he learnt later, that the security agents adopted the strategy because the Nigerian High Commission in Kenya had lodged official complaint to the authorities about the deportation of Nigerian citizens without its knowledge. About a dozen Nigerian citizens resident in Kenya who reacted to Sunday Sun interview with Anthony Chinedu also confirmed that Nigerians were still being recklessly arrested and detained. They also confirmed Joe’s allegation of silent deportation.

Another deportee, Mr Paul Owoseni, an indigene of Ondo state, told a pathetic story. He told Sunday Sun while on his way to his village that he did not know his offence.

Hear him: “Many Nigerians are still detained there, as we speak, awaiting deportation. Till now, I don’t know what offence I committed that warranted this inhuman treatment. Their security agents just go on the streets of Kenya, picking up anyone they identify as a Nigerian and tag him a drug dealer. I was doing my legitimate business in that country; I did not sale, take or keep drugs, and nobody has ever seen me with any narcotic substance. They picked me up on Monday (June 3), and detained me till Thursday, before bundling about ten of us into the plane. We were not allowed to take even a pin. They told us while in detention, that they wanted all Nigerians out of their country, not minding whether we were doing legitimate business or not. They also said that they did not want to get rid of us through court process.

Tracking method

“The moment you call a friend and the security agents noticed it is a Nigerian name you called, they would track both of you and get you arrested. They also intercept calls, and once they notice that you sounded Nigerian, they would trace you and get you arrested immediately.”

Owoseni told Sunday Sun that while in Kenya, he was into importation of human hairs that he also supplied to Uganda and Tanzania, and he had just stocked his shop. Oseni alleged that the security agents broke his gate while he was away on the day they came to arrest him, at about 5pm, and waited for him.

“They even arrested a friend that was in my company at that time. I will not mention his name because he is among those in detention in Kenya.”

Kenyan wife works with Kenyan army

Owoseni who arrived in Nigeria with nothing, said like many other Nigerians, he was married to a Kenyan and they had a child, Micheal. He stated that his Kenyan wife, Damaris, who works for the Kenyan army, was still at work when he was arrested, and they did not allow him to communicate with her before he was deported. Like the other deportees, he urged that the Nigerian government should not let all their struggles in Kenya to be in vain.

Another Deportee speaks

Also forced out of Kenya, was Oluwatosin Adebiyi, an indigene of Oyo State, who was arrested at midnight and taken away in his nightclothes. “They stormed my house at midnight and arrested me. They were about 40 armed men, and before I was taken away, they ransacked the house and took away all handy valuables including my $20,000 cash, five phones and three ipads belonging to me and my wife. My duplex, two cars and other valuables in the house are worth over N60 million. “The most annoying part was that they rendered me incommunicado, disallowed me from communicating with my Kenyan wife and children. They did not give me any option while in detention.”

They jumped into my compound around 1 a.m. -Daniel

Another deportee, Mr Daniel, narrated his ordeal in Kenya. “On Sunday night (June 2), about 15 policemen who were armed to the teeth, came to my house. They actually scaled the fence like criminals, around 1 a.m., and ordered me to open my door. Initially, I thought they were armed robbers

http://sunnewsonline.com/new/national/mass-deportation-of-nigerians-from-kenya/

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 10:14am On Jun 18, 2013
I laugh in khosa .... Kokokokookookooo grin

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Gbawe: 10:16am On Jun 18, 2013
Simply unacceptable !!!!

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 10:19am On Jun 18, 2013
See Kenya playing dirty international politics against us. Mr President I urge to appoint Reuben Abati as the chairman of Nigerian task force team against this long legged charcoals from East/Central Africa. We can handle this kenyans without sweating.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by otokx(m): 10:23am On Jun 18, 2013
How many Kenyans live in Nigeria? The only thing we can do is to revoke the aviation licence of Kenyan Airways and also freeze assets of Kenyans in Nigeria.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 10:31am On Jun 18, 2013
GEJ won't do shiit about it... Nigeria's foreign policy 'yaff' die
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by georgecso(m): 10:37am On Jun 18, 2013
OMG! Kenya of all Country.. Very soon Somalia will start deporting Nigerians. embarassed embarassed embarassed

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Ekpekus(m): 10:39am On Jun 18, 2013
This is absolutely unacceptable. Whoever is doing a legitimate buisness without any association to fraudulent practices shoud not be treated as such.
What's Kenya even feeling like?
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Omen100(m): 10:42am On Jun 18, 2013
Ile-Ife:
For Nigerians resident in Kenya, these are the worst of times. Their plight could be compared to the era of slave trade when able-bodied Africans could not tell what the next minute held for them because human traffickers could pick them up the next minute.

Checks revealed that in recent times, Nigerians have become victims of undeserved humiliation and deportation in President Barrack Obama’s country of origin.

It was gathered that due to the uproar that followed a recent publication by Sunday Sun in which one of the deportees, Anthony Chinedu, recounted his sad experiences in the hands of Kenyan security personnel, the government of the East African country swiftly changed its strategy. According to latest deportees, the Kenyan security agents have resorted to bugging telephone conversations of Nigerians, and once the name or language sounds Nigerian, they would trace the person and get him arrested.

They stated that Nigerian citizens, especially those engaged in legitimate businesses in that country live literally with their hearts on their palms, hiding from place to place for fear of being picked up and bundled back home empty handed.

It was alleged that part of the grouse that the Kenyan President and his deputy have against Nigerian citizens was that Nigerians gave massive support to his rival in the country’s recent presidential election and that a Nigerian is in charge of the deputy president’s case at the International Criminal Court.

President orders mass arrest and deportation

A tacit official confirmation that Kenya-based Nigerians were really in for hard times, came last Monday, when that country’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, in a public function, gave his nod to mass deportation of Nigerians. While declaring open the 2nd National Conference on Alcohol and Drug Abuse (NACADA) in Nairobi, on June 11, 2013, he ordered the security agencies to fish out, arrest and deport all foreigners suspected to engage in drug trafficking in Kenya. Sunday Sun monitored the reportage of the presidential order that was relayed in Kenyan radio and TV stations including NTV, Capital FM and Ghetto Radio- 89.5FM, as well as some tabloids the next day. Some of their headlines read: “Deport all suspected drug dealers”, “Police to arrest, deport all foreigners suspected of engaging in drug”, and “Deport all suspected foreign drug dealers”. It was gathered that since that official directive, several Nigerians have been secretly deported.

Many Nigerian citizens in that country saw the presidential order as an official permission to Kenyans to tag any face they do not like, as “suspected” drug dealer. One of them who mailed Sunday Sun stated that, “since all it takes to throw a foreigner out of Kenya is mere suspicion, landlords, debtors and anybody who doesn’t like your face only needs to call in the police and brand you a suspect.”

One of the victims who identified himself simply as Joe, spoke to Sunday Sun upon his arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, on Monday. Like Chinedu, he is also an indigene of Anambra state. Narrating his experiences in the hands of the Kenyan police, he stated that he was picked up Sunday night and told to choose either to die slowly in their (security men) hands or silent deportation.

“I asked them what they meant by going home silently and they said they would just buy a normal air ticket for me, so I could return to Nigeria like other normal travelers, and I chose the latter,” he said.

Joe said he learnt later, that the security agents adopted the strategy because the Nigerian High Commission in Kenya had lodged official complaint to the authorities about the deportation of Nigerian citizens without its knowledge. About a dozen Nigerian citizens resident in Kenya who reacted to Sunday Sun interview with Anthony Chinedu also confirmed that Nigerians were still being recklessly arrested and detained. They also confirmed Joe’s allegation of silent deportation.

Another deportee, Mr Paul Owoseni, an indigene of Ondo state, told a pathetic story. He told Sunday Sun while on his way to his village that he did not know his offence.

Hear him: “Many Nigerians are still detained there, as we speak, awaiting deportation. Till now, I don’t know what offence I committed that warranted this inhuman treatment. Their security agents just go on the streets of Kenya, picking up anyone they identify as a Nigerian and tag him a drug dealer. I was doing my legitimate business in that country; I did not sale, take or keep drugs, and nobody has ever seen me with any narcotic substance. They picked me up on Monday (June 3), and detained me till Thursday, before bundling about ten of us into the plane. We were not allowed to take even a pin. They told us while in detention, that they wanted all Nigerians out of their country, not minding whether we were doing legitimate business or not. They also said that they did not want to get rid of us through court process.

Tracking method

“The moment you call a friend and the security agents noticed it is a Nigerian name you called, they would track both of you and get you arrested. They also intercept calls, and once they notice that you sounded Nigerian, they would trace you and get you arrested immediately.”

Owoseni told Sunday Sun that while in Kenya, he was into importation of human hairs that he also supplied to Uganda and Tanzania, and he had just stocked his shop. Oseni alleged that the security agents broke his gate while he was away on the day they came to arrest him, at about 5pm, and waited for him.

“They even arrested a friend that was in my company at that time. I will not mention his name because he is among those in detention in Kenya.”

Kenyan wife works with Kenyan army

Owoseni who arrived in Nigeria with nothing, said like many other Nigerians, he was married to a Kenyan and they had a child, Micheal. He stated that his Kenyan wife, Damaris, who works for the Kenyan army, was still at work when he was arrested, and they did not allow him to communicate with her before he was deported. Like the other deportees, he urged that the Nigerian government should not let all their struggles in Kenya to be in vain.

Another Deportee speaks

Also forced out of Kenya, was Oluwatosin Adebiyi, an indigene of Oyo State, who was arrested at midnight and taken away in his nightclothes. “They stormed my house at midnight and arrested me. They were about 40 armed men, and before I was taken away, they ransacked the house and took away all handy valuables including my $20,000 cash, five phones and three ipads belonging to me and my wife. My duplex, two cars and other valuables in the house are worth over N60 million. “The most annoying part was that they rendered me incommunicado, disallowed me from communicating with my Kenyan wife and children. They did not give me any option while in detention.”

They jumped into my compound around 1 a.m. -Daniel

Another deportee, Mr Daniel, narrated his ordeal in Kenya. “On Sunday night (June 2), about 15 policemen who were armed to the teeth, came to my house. They actually scaled the fence like criminals, around 1 a.m., and ordered me to open my door. Initially, I thought they were armed robbers

http://sunnewsonline.com/new/national/mass-deportation-of-nigerians-from-kenya/



As I was reading through the passage, I stopped at the Highlighted and said to myself, Nigerians & sentiments, hmmm, ookay & I continue to reading
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 11:06am On Jun 18, 2013
I think we should send our special forces to abduct their president, so he can explain wetin enter him head

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by dridowu: 11:10am On Jun 18, 2013
Kenya deporting Nigerians ? Wonders shall never end

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Acidosis(m): 11:10am On Jun 18, 2013
so many strange news

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 11:15am On Jun 18, 2013
The latest set of deportees would do well to form some kind of pressure group with Chinedu, since his controversial expulsion appears to be getting the right kind of attention from our local authorities.

Seven Kenyan officials held in Lagos over deported 'Nigerian'
By EMEKA-MAYAKA GEKARA | Monday, June 17 2013 at 09:19


Nigerian Anthony Chinedu held at Kileleshwa police station in Nairobi on April 14, 2013. PHOTO| BILLY MUTAI.

Seven Kenyan government officials and five airline crew have been detained in Nigeria for two weeks after they travelled to the country to deport Nigerian businessman Anthony Chinedu and two of his compatriots.

The officials from different government departments including foreign affairs, immigration and police, left Nairobi for Lagos in a chartered aeroplane on June 3 escorting the controversial businessman and two other Nigerians, Christopher Nnanyelu and Oluwatosin Adebiyi. The three had been declared prohibited immigrants in Kenya.

However, in a dramatic turn of events, the officials have not been allowed to leave Nigeria. They said authorities at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos were holding them and their chartered East African Safari Express plane.

According to them, Nigerian authorities have insisted the Kenyans will not be allowed to fly out without the three men Kenya kicked out on drug trafficking claims.

Speaking to the Daily Nation from Nigeria on Sunday, one of the officials, who requested anonymity, said that attempts by the Kenyan embassy to secure their release had been unsuccessful.

Escorted deportees

Those stuck in Nigeria include Captain Tim Kavingo and his colleagues, flight engineer Alaka Ochieng’ and flight attendants George Kamau and Ismail Adan.

First officer Rokshanker Masoud, a Swede, is also affected.

The government officials who escorted the deportees were Mr Barasa Okosa, Mr Kariuki Ngugi, Mr Mungathia Muriira, Mr Pardala Dipason, Mr Kivuva Muthama, Mr Andrew Kambi and Mr Mutinda Kakindu.

A Nigerian journalist confirmed to the Nation that the aircraft was being held at the airport’s cargo air wing. The airline’s office in Nairobi did not return our calls on Sunday.

Sources indicated that the government of Sweden had already contacted its embassy in Nigeria to secure the release of the flight officer.


“We are stranded here. The airport commander has instructed that we cannot return to Nairobi without the deportees,” said the official who called the Nation from his hotel room.

The airport commander had blocked attempts by the East Africa Safari Express management to fly its crew back to Nairobi on a Kenya Airways flight. On Sunday evening, Foreign Affairs ministry’s Head of Communication Beatrice Kung’u admitted that several Kenyans, who accompanied the Nigerians deported 10 days ago, were still being held in Lagos.

But she could not discuss the circumstances under which the Nigerian authorities were detaining them.

“We are addressing the issue,” she said, but added that only the Immigration authorities could discuss the details.

Principal Secretary in the Interior ministry Mutea Iringo on Sunday said he was yet to receive information on the plight of the crew, but said he would check with the police.

They lost contact with the deportees after they arrived in Nigeria, the PS, under whose ministry Immigration falls, said.


Source

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 11:19am On Jun 18, 2013
Kenya, Nigeria in talks over detainees

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya has initiated diplomatic talks with Nigerian authorities aimed at securing the release of Government officers who are held in Lagos.

Kenya has been grappling on how to secure the release of seven Government officials and five-airline crew of a private jet that was chattered to deport 10 foreigners, including five Nigerians, among them controversial businessman Anthony Chinedu, who had a long running court battle with his former wife Alice Akinyi about two weeks.

The 12 have been detained for almost two weeks at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos, as Nigerian authorities claim Antony Chinedu was not procedurally deported. The charted plane belonging to East African Safari Express has also been detained.

Yesterday, Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed revealed she had made contact with Nigeria but refused to divulge information on the level of engagement.

Amina said providing more details on the saga may jeopardise the consultations and thus affect the progress of ensuring Kenyans and the jet are released.

“There are a lot of bilateral consultations between the two governments to see how the issue can be resolved, I can’t give you more information as it will complicate issues under consultation,” she said.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Starlett: 11:20am On Jun 18, 2013
Problem is the use of the word or description "suspected", which means that these guys don't even need to have anything on you per se. It means that even the slightest suspicion is enough for them to deport you without recourse to the court and justice system there. Sounds to me like the Kenya police have got tacit approval to illegally deport hordes of foreigners (may not be targetted at Nigerians only), particularly those who're doing well.

My advice to my fellow brothers over there is this: Make the necessary preparations just in case. Have your emergency contacts memorised, form a stronger network in the Nigerian community there, and if you can, simply sell off your assets and COME BACK HOME. There are enough investment opportunities in Aba, Adamawa or Abraka for any hardworking honest Nigerian.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Afam4eva(m): 11:33am On Jun 18, 2013
This is totally unacceptable. Our goverment have to rise up to the occassion and do something about this.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by hardniola(m): 11:41am On Jun 18, 2013
dont abuse kenye,abuse from now til tomorow wil not stop d deportation
hold ur government weh weh.
All african country we start deporting naija Benin nd Niger to follow.
Naija turning to laughing stuff when oga Jona go dey beg for visa free from Malawi..............am crying for naijeriya.
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Chasitty001: 12:32pm On Jun 18, 2013
chidindufrank: See Kenya playing dirty international politics against us. Mr President I urge to appoint Reuben Abati as the chairman of Nigerian task force team against this long legged charcoals from East/Central Africa. We can handle this kenyans without sweating.

So what will Reuben Abati do?

Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Policewoman(f): 12:32pm On Jun 18, 2013
The Kenyan embassy should also be closed and all the officials deported. Nonsense. See small Kenya oo...

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by deeptesting(m): 12:34pm On Jun 18, 2013
Let all the Nations begin a mass deportation of Nigerians, I am so sure the much needed civil revolution for change will start in Nigeria if they all come back home.......We have to pull our country back to it is bountiful state of the 60's.....

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Lifebender(m): 12:44pm On Jun 18, 2013
Kenya deportin nigerians,this is highly unacceptable....wat is our embassy there doing abt dis.sad
If they want it hot le's give it to them...foooooollssss
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by takedat(m): 12:48pm On Jun 18, 2013
cheesy
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by bobthebuilder99(m): 12:49pm On Jun 18, 2013
Kenya's President and Vice President are wanted criminals.

What do you expect?

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by olewao: 12:50pm On Jun 18, 2013
All am wondering is, if this thing called Nigeria is 'giant of Africa', why do its citizens go everywhere to engage in dirty businesses?

Nigerians are No. 1 criminals worldwide, and thats is no secret.

Regards,
Olewao
Chicago.

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by vizboy(m): 12:54pm On Jun 18, 2013
what sort of nonsense is this
Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 12:55pm On Jun 18, 2013
Kenya na place? ?

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by victorv12(m): 12:55pm On Jun 18, 2013
Why is it that our government is very sluggish to take action when matters arises?! Let's go and colonize the country!!! We can colonize that country just like the British did to us!! Nothing will happen! The westerners will be willing to sell us weapons to erase them...we have crude oil to give back in returns. Nigerians are not people other countries think they can f*ck with!!! We have the largest population of educated black elites in Africa if compare to Kenya!! Nigeria government must take this issue up! We can't be mal treated like dogs all the time and our government will stand there and look! We have our own pride too. Nigeria is the Giant of "AFRICA"!!!

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 12:56pm On Jun 18, 2013
Afam4eva: This is totally unacceptable. Our goverment have to rise up to the occassion and do something about this.
what will the government do? How many kenyans dey nigeria self? Beta tell nigerians to leave that mumu country and never go there again. Keya of all country

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by mankand(m): 12:58pm On Jun 18, 2013
Many Many more of this we shall see.

When you have made your home unliveable you should not expect respect from a foreign home rather than poo on your face for not making you home unkept.

To all who fall in the category as stated below;

Politicians
Religious Leaders (Bishops, Pastors, Imams, Herbalists)
Government (Federal and State Governments, Senators, all ministers)
Those who have preferred to satisfy their stomach instead of their conscience e.t.c

#Damn you all#
#Shame on you#

Because you have failed Nigeria, Your conscience, your God, your generations.

And you will all live with that stigma for the rest of your life, even in the after life, your fellow brothers shall treat you all as outcasts.

Kenya of all country is now Deporting Nigeria? Highest exporter of crude oil in Africa?
Giant of Africa,

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed embarassed

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Re: Kenyan President Orders Deportation Of Nigerians Involved In Drug Trafficking by Nobody: 12:59pm On Jun 18, 2013
olewao: All am wondering is, if this thing called Nigeria is 'giant of Africa', why do its citizens go everywhere to engage in dirty businesses?

Nigerians are No. 1 criminals worldwide, and thats is no secret.

Regards,
Olewao
Chicago.
thunder fire you, say amen! .

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