Jane Mary Mutetsi was removed on Kenya Airways flight to Nairobi, en route to Entebbe, Uganda

Jane Mary Mutetsi was removed on Kenya Airways flight to Nairobi, en route to Entebbe, Uganda

Update: Jane Mary Mutetsi was forcibly removed last night by Kenya Airways to Nairobi en route to Entebbe, Uganda. Immigration ‘escorts’ tried to assure her that the authorities in Uganda will not know that she is a ‘failed asylum seeker’. Jane Mary was concerned that if the authorities know, that she will be immediately arrested. But usually the authorities in the country of origin know even before the person has even boarded the plane here. They also know because the passenger is escorted and ‘handed’ to the authorities. They know because the passenger flies without a passport, but with travel documents issued by the UK Government. She will not be forgotten and friends will try and help her keep safe. The Home Office, their contracted escorts (who midlead people to get them to comply) and the airline, must be held responsible for the consequences.

E-petition launched against Jane Mary Mutetsi’s removal

Jane Mary Mutetsi Detained again / second attempt to remove – tomorrow
Jane Mary Mutetsi, born in Rwanda and lived most of her life in Uganda, was ‘captured’ when reporting Monday morning in Nottingham and is currently detained in Yarl’s Wood IRC, due to be forcibly removed from the UK on Thursday 16th October @ 20.00 hrs on Kenya Airways flight KQ101 from London Heathrow to Nairobi and KQ410 to Entebbe, Uganda. Please help Jane Mary Mutetsi to remain in the UK.
Sign the E-petition http://www.PetitionOnline.com/janemary/petition.html
Read more for addresses to write to (HO and airline). Jane Mary Mutetsi belongs to Nottingham.

Jane Mary Mutetsi was removed on Kenya Airways flight to Nairobi, en route to Entebbe, Uganda

Update: Jane Mary Mutetsi was forcibly removed last night by Kenya Airways to Nairobi en route to Entebbe, Uganda. Immigration ‘escorts’ tried to assure her that the authorities in Uganda will not know that she is a ‘failed asylum seeker’. Jane Mary was concerned that if the authorities know, that she will be immediately arrested. But usually the authorities in the country of origin know even before the person has even boarded the plane here. They also know because the passenger is escorted and ‘handed’ to the authorities. They know because the passenger flies without a passport, but with travel documents issued by the UK Government. She will not be forgotten and friends will try and help her keep safe. The Home Office, their contracted escorts (who midlead people to get them to comply) and the airline, must be held responsible for the consequences.

E-petition launched against Jane Mary Mutetsi’s removal

Jane Mary Mutetsi Detained again / second attempt to remove
Jane Mary Mutetsi, born in Rwanda and lived most of her life in Uganda, was ‘captured’ when reporting Monday morning in Nottingham and is currently detained in Yarl’s Wood IRC, due to be forcibly removed from the UK on Thursday 16th October @ 20.00 hrs on Kenya Airways flight KQ101 from London Heathrow to Nairobi and KQ410 to Entebbe, Uganda. Please help Jane Mary Mutetsi to remain in the UK.
Sign the E-petition http://www.PetitionOnline.com/janemary/petition.html

It is not known whether she would even be accepted on arrival in Uganda.

Jane Mary (a national of Rwanda) fled for her life from Uganda to the UK, arriving on 5th April 2002 and claimed asylum on 11 April. She had to leave behind her four daughters to be looked after by a friend. Jane Mary grieves for the separation from her daughters, and that she hasn’t been able to support them. Her older children are now trying to support the younger ones, but all the children are in hiding. If Jane Mary knew a safe way to be with her children she would have seized it, and longs for the day when they can all be safely together. Jane Mary does not believe that her safety is ensured in Uganda. Only those who know Jane Mary can comprehend the tragedy of her situation.

Background: Jane Mary Mutetsi belongs to Nottingham http://www.ncadc.org.uk/archives/filed%20n…9/JaneMary.html

Jane Mary has become an active and committed member of St. Stephen’s, Church of England congregation in Nottingham, has completed a number of child care and child protection courses and, unable to work, volunteers on a regular basis at the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum undertaking whatever tasks are needed. She is also an active member of the Women’s Group at the Forum helping to organise weekly activities and occasional outings like to the seaside in the summer and children’s parties.
Jane Mary has a well-founded fear of being returned to Uganda as she has proof, held by her solicitor, that the Ugandan government is still actively looking for her, an arrest warrant for Jane Mary is extant.

What you can do to help:

All Day to Day Tuesday and same tomorrow

1. Fax, Sam Okwulehie, Group Area Manager Kenya Airways asking him not to carry Jane Mary Mutetsi. Remember to include the following details; Jane Mary Mutetsi due to be forcibly removed from the UK on Thursday 16th October @ 20.00 hrs on Kenya Airways flight KQ101 from London Heathrow to Nairobi and KQ410 to Entebbe .

Let Kenya Airways know that it is not acceptable to call themselves ‘the pride of Africa’ and participate in the removal of people seeking sanctuary within the UK or anywhere in the world.

Fax: 020 8745 5027 – from outside the UK + 44 20 8745 5027

2) Send urgent faxes immediately to Rt. Hon. Jacqui Smith, Secretary of State for the Home Office asking that Jane Mary Mutetsi be granted protection in the UK. Please remember to include the Home Office reference M1146233).
Fax: 020 8760 3132 (00 44 20 8760 3132) if you are faxing from outside UK)

Please notify the campaign of any faxes sent to Jacqui Smith or BAFriends of Jane Mary Mutetsi
C/o Konnie Lloyd
26, Marlborough Rd
Beeston
Nottingham NG9 2HG
konnie2006 @ talktalk.net

Thank you for your support.

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