Update 04/04/2021 Yesterday afternoon, our contact was transported to the airport for deportation. After he said to the police officers that he was in danger of death if he was deported, he was taken back to 127 bis. However, the deportation was only postponed. It was confirmed to him that in a future attempt he would be under police escort. The mobilization continues!
Forced eviction imminent!! Brussels Airlines flight to Cotonou. Scheduled for April 3, 2020 at 14.55 SN 231 vers Abidjan avec escale à Cotonou
One of our contacts, locked in 127bis, is about to be forcibly put on a plane to Benin.
He is a Nigerian national who fled his country via Benin to find refuge in Belgium. He tells us that he is a member of a political opposition movement and is wanted by the police.
After two requests for asylum, the General Commissioner for Refugees and Stateless Persons decided that his statements were not credible. He claims to be in danger of death!
He needs support!
ACTION: phone, mail, fax to
Alexander De Croo Eerste minister: +32 2 501 02 11. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sammy Mahdi Beleidscel en Secretariaat van de Staatssecretaris voor Asiel en Migratie, 02/488.06.06. Email: email@example.com
Annelies Verlinden Minister van Binnenlandse Zaken: 02/488.05.11. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Monsieur Roosemont, Directeur de l’Office des Etrangers Bur_Presse@dofi.fgov.be T02 793 80 31 – 02 79380 30 (FR), Fax02 274 66 40
+32 2 723 23 45 Callcenter.email@example.com
SN Brussels Airlines :
Fax : 027233599 / 02/7238496 / 027534931
Tél : 078 188889 / 027232345 /027232362
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