Removal from UK to Kenya puts B and J at risk of being returned to danger in Somalia

B and J fear imminent refoulement (removal to a dangerous place instead of being granted safety) to Somalia.

B, born 1994 and J, born 1989 have been detained at Nairobi airport since Monday 16th May 2011. They were removed there by the UK Borders Agency having been refused asylum after two appeals and a  fresh claim. They are Somali Bravanese and have produced documentary, DNA and expert evidence from an expert, to prove it.  The UKBA maintain they are Kenyan nationals, largely it seems because they came to the UK on false Kenyan passports in 2009. They were fleeing from a Kenyan refugee camp with their sister S and her daughter U. S and U are still in London but also fear removal. Continue reading “Removal from UK to Kenya puts B and J at risk of being returned to danger in Somalia”