Congo Rejects Congolese Refugees Deported From US In Handcuffs & Diapers, Sues US For Human Rights Violation

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Congolese Refugees Deported From US In Handcuffs & Diapers, Sent Back As Congo Files Human Rights Abuse Lawsuit Against US Government

The viral video of about 8 Congolese refugees deported from the United States in handcuffs and diapers recently is real.

According to New York-based Congolese man, Mbenga Saul, the deportees were rejected on arrival in Congo and sent back to the US.

Mr Mbenga said Congo’s Human Rights Minister who rejected and sent back the deportees on arrival in Kinshasa has filed a lawsuit against the US Government for subjecting the deportees to ridicule.

Chai!!! the US Immigration fell cheap for this one o.

How on earth can adults be placed in diaper and handcuffs in this manner.

Who authorized the immigration officials to deport them in this inhumane way.

Haba!!! this is way too much.

6 thoughts on “Congo Rejects Congolese Refugees Deported From US In Handcuffs & Diapers, Sues US For Human Rights Violation

  1. Trump took power to give racists power to oppress the blacks. I really feel for all you black slaves killing yourlsef to stay in that God forsaken country

    • Sir, please do not spew hate,Obama deported more illegal residents than any American President. It is the law; like it or not, illegal immigration must be checked. Look at Nigeria today, if you people have a system in place, Fulanis wouldn’t be adopting Nigeria as their country. If Trump is a racist, what do you call the ethnic hatred within Nigeria? Africans should sue their leaders for human rights violations.

      • President Obama did not increase the number of deportations. His administration began better tracking of actual numbers and kept better statistics. Trump is a racist and he intends to shame, impoverish, deny rights, kill or degrade every black, brown, red and poor person in the US. It is not helpful to justify trump’s atrocities by saying it is okay because someone else did the same thing. Two wrongs are still wrong.

  2. What a stupid move and rubbing people of their dignity. Why would they receive such treatment.Who will even change that damned diapers if the got soiled for people under shackles for such over eleven hrs flight.UN should intervene if this is true and the hague put on notice.i love the back to sender action initiated by the congolese govt ,apc govt would have chickened out.

  3. People should not be emotional when it comes to immigration, America is the weakest among the G-7 nations when it comes to enforcing the law. Every nation has that law that: any unofficial or unauthorized admittance or entry into a country; is illegal! Oman Bongo of Gabon, in the 80’s, ruthlessly deported Nigerians ( without letting them go back home to pack their belongings). How many black leaders or Africans uttered a word? Our own Buhari ordered immigrants out of Nigeria with immediate effect in 1984, and the list goes on.

    • Danti I always respect some of your contribution in this forum but you’ve not been fair on this one. Those guys did nothing but overstay their VISA or violated their immigration status which can happen to anybody.

      Why should you give US credit for treating your brothers in inhumane way. Ok! If you want these guys out of your Country that does not mean you must humiliate, brutalize, inflicting pain and treat them like an animal. Why would any right thinking authority put a diaper on a grown adult preventing them to use bathroom all because you want to enforce immigration law. That is evil and barbarous.

      I could have found myself in similar situation when I was trying to perfect my status if not because God was on my side. At times you have to empathized with people during the trial time like this because it could happen to anybody. Imagine somebody put on a diaper on 12 hours flight how would you feel?

      Nobody, no Government will ever treat any US citizen like that even most of their harden criminals were being treated in accordance with Geneva convention. Danti, I’m saying this because US always proclaim that they don’t believe in violation of human rights. They believe in people’s right in accordance to their fifth amendment and yet they are the one violating people’s right. I came across a Nigerian man who told me that the US hired hotel for them in 1980 when they were about to be deported but now US is now deviating from being a human right nation to become a bullying nation.

      All I have been saying is if you want to deport people in this category, you have to treat them right. That is their Country and they have their laid down rules but you cannot condemn others while you are no better than them.

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