The classmates of Nonso Muojeke, a Nigerian student residing and studying in Ireland have collectively joined hands to save him from getting repatriated from Ireland.
Having lived in Ireland for 11 years, the 14-year old teenager was afraid of being deported from Ireland said the Iris Examiner.
So the classmates of the teenager teamed up to make a video, requesting that deportation should stop in Ireland using Nonso as a key examble, his friends at Tullamore College where Nonso is said to be schooling have reportedly “travelled to Leinster House to deliver a 22,000-signature petition to Justice Minister, Charlie Flanagan to allow the family to continue to live here.”
The Muojeke’s was told to return to Nigerian after they were being denied of Assylum but it seemed very difficult, especially for Nonso, since he has lived virtually his whole life there.
Since “Minister Charles Flanagan has the power to keep Nonso where he belongs, with his friends and family who love him in Tullamore,” Muojeke’s teacher Joe Caslin is quoted by the Irish Examiner.
Forcing him to leave the only home he knows will inflict great harm on this teenager.
Nonso’s Dad passed away in 2006, causing his mother to move with his brother to Ireland the following year after the demise of his father.