Please act now! Samuel faces another imminent removal from the UK! Samuel was living in Glasgow before he was detained 11 months ago. He was part of a coding group here in Glasgow and has many friends who are concerned about him. Samuel has studied here in the UK, and is afraid to be removed to South Africa after these 12 years.
Samuel fears for his life in South Africa due to ongoing violence that has been rife for years, and of which he has been a target. His life would be at risk and his community and home life ripped apart if he was forced to leave the UK, where he has found safety and made a home.
A short call to Kenya Airways , Heathrow and the Home Secretary could make all the difference- a lot of public attention could help stop the removal.
Please follow the instructions below to protest Samuel’s removal. The decision to refuse his removal lies with the pilot and your calls to the airline can really make a difference.
“I have heard that you are enacting Home Office orders to remove a South African national on flight KQ101/KQ7O to Johannesburg. I urge Kenya Airways to refuse this removal and encourage the pilot to exert his powers to refuse to fly with him on board.”
To call the airlines: 0208 283 1800
customer services: 020 8283 1818
* you can be anyone to call and say that Kenya Airways should not participate in forced removals!
* quote flight no. KQ101/KQ760 on 2nd August 2018 at 18.25 hrs
* a lot of public attention could help stop the removal
Heathrow airport: 0844 335 1801
Home Secretary: email@example.com
Immigration Minister: firstname.lastname@example.org
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