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Detained and threatened with deportation

Mafungasei Maikokera | 29.05.2005 10:36 | Migration

As a Zimbabwean detainee who fled for fear of persecution in my home country I find the situation so stressfull. If you could tell me the difference between Zimbabwe and Britain I would be glad to know because at present Britain is also breaking its human rights, locking innocent people up in detention centres, deporting them back to Zimbabwe to the same ruling government they fled from.

What is that? Torture, abuse and persecution forced Zimbabweans out from Zimbabwe, not willingly but forcibly because we did not want to die. Don't we have the right to life? We are being assaulted at the airport by the so called escorts. I have the proof because I am one of the victims. We fled to this country or safety, please give it to us. Stop locking us up. That is mental torture. We run away from it but now we are in it. Let justice prevail.

Mafungasei Maikokera
Zimbabwean living in fear.

Mafungasei Maikokera