Thanks for protesting for our rights. People are so depressed here. Some of them are detained here from one year. We are not criminal but they treat us like criminal . We appreciate your efforts. Thanks again.
They way they are treating us is very bad, we have mental health problems we don’t get our medication, they don’t want people outside to know. It is against human rights. We don’t have windows to breath air. It is just like prison, even more terrible than prison. They close the door and we can’t go out.
7 guys all in the one room. They are really grateful for the protest. It is really helping them. They are grateful. They say thank you.
There is a charter flight today. They are going to chain them like animals. A lot of people have got mums, and aunties and children here in the UK. They have been here all their life. People might get killed because of their sexuality. They’re going to need some help tonight.
I may be on the charter flight. I haven’t got a lawyer at the moment. No one is listening to me and no one is helping me.
They make up reasons to ignore your private life so that can remove you.
I’ve got family here. My mum is here. I came here when I was a boy. I was 16. I’ve been here for 13 years.
I’m bisexual. I’m fearful of my life. Because the lgbt rights in Nigeria are non-existent. I claimed asylum but they didn’t believe me. But I have private life here. I went to sixth form college here.
It’s dehumanising ait’s demoralising. I’ve been in detention for 5 months. I feel really lost. The detention facility is poor. The food is poor. The care is poor. I would treat my dog like I’m treated here.
I have a condition I was in the hospital but they don’t release me. They wont give me right of appeal. Solidarity detention won’t help people. To many people inside, they want too protest but the officers wont let us. We won’t make trouble but we want to protest. We can see 50 people who are demonstrating. We can hear them. Release some people. People are dying here. Why are people dying inside the detention centre?
Today is D day. We are just waiting here.
I heard about the protest. I’m so happy. I’m so grateful. It’s one thing for organise the protest.It’s another for the home office to listen
Just keep doing it. When they see you doing it continuously they’ll listen. It’s not once off. If I’m out I’d join you.
I think the protest is a good one. To make people aware that mass deportation is mass slavery. They should not be deporting people – because I’ve still got my case pending in the upper tribunal. Why could they not let me finish my case and let me know if I have right to remain or not. I have put in an injunction to stop my removal – and I hope it will stop. I’m waiting for the judge. They’ve moved us to the G wing that is the section that they lock people like a prison. It’s just simple overstaying – they don’t need to be treating people like that. It’s human and degrading. It’s just punishment. Right now I’m feeling so bad. I’m feeling that there’s no human rights at all.