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Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign



A 14-year-old Tullamore schoolboy, whose classmates mounted a campaign against his deportation, has been granted leave to remain in Ireland along with his mother and his older brother.

Students and teachers at Nonso Muojeke's school, Tullamore College, had protested outside Leinster House, and presented a petition to Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan in an attempt to stop a deportation order which was issued last June.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has confirmed that the family has been granted leave to remain. He said he was "pleased that the matters have been resolved to the satisfaction of the family".

Nonso Muojeke arrived in Ireland from Nigeria, with his mother and his older brother, after his father died in 2006. He was two years old.

Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign
 

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Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign



A 14-year-old Tullamore schoolboy, whose classmates mounted a campaign against his deportation, has been granted leave to remain in Ireland along with his mother and his older brother.

Students and teachers at Nonso Muojeke's school, Tullamore College, had protested outside Leinster House, and presented a petition to Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan in an attempt to stop a deportation order which was issued last June.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has confirmed that the family has been granted leave to remain. He said he was "pleased that the matters have been resolved to the satisfaction of the family".

Nonso Muojeke arrived in Ireland from Nigeria, with his mother and his older brother, after his father died in 2006. He was two years old.

Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign
Trouble is what do you say to the next schoolboy whose Mama played the system for years with legal challenges

Looks like some people are beyond the reach of the Law.....:(
 

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Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign



A 14-year-old Tullamore schoolboy, whose classmates mounted a campaign against his deportation, has been granted leave to remain in Ireland along with his mother and his older brother.

Students and teachers at Nonso Muojeke's school, Tullamore College, had protested outside Leinster House, and presented a petition to Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan in an attempt to stop a deportation order which was issued last June.

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has confirmed that the family has been granted leave to remain. He said he was "pleased that the matters have been resolved to the satisfaction of the family".

Nonso Muojeke arrived in Ireland from Nigeria, with his mother and his older brother, after his father died in 2006. He was two years old.

Schoolboy's deportation halted following campaign

 
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1999 - 0 asylum hostels in 0 counties
2017 - 34 asylum hostels spread accross 17 counties (top nationality coming through the system .. Nigeria .. no wars in this country .. but everyone pretending that these people are refugees)

It is clear that what is happening in Ireland is a deliberate attempt to undermine Irish Identity and Culture and replace it with a pan EU one .

Kalergi ... "The man of the future will be Hybrid , The Eurasian Neg...roid race of the future outwardly similar to the ancient Egyptians will replace a diversity of peoples with a variety of personalities"

I'm being genuine here , I would love to leave Ireland for good and never come back , anywhere outside the EU , It really upsets me what is going here , My own area has been completely transformed within a few years . It is an invasion , led by the EU Commisssion
 
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