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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

2 Nigerian girls seek Pres. Jonathan's intervention from deportation from Canada

Got this email from Funmi Macaulay, a US-born Nigerian presently living in Brooklyn, NYC, and the founder of Nigerians Unite Against Boko Haram (NUABH). She wrote an article about the plight of Ihuoma and Victoria, two young Nigerians living and studying in Canada who are on the verge of being deported back to Nigeria. The two girls have been holed up in a church basement the last nine months and . See Funmi's article below...
I am surprised that I have not read in any media, local or international, about efforts by the Nigerian government to help two Nigerian students who have been on deportation list in Canada for a 'crime' that makes mockery of the very ideals that western societies proud themselves on - hard work. Victoria Ordu and Ihuoma Amadi, 20 and 21 respectively, having been holed up in the basement of a church in Canada - not for document forgery. No, not for 419, internet scam or fake marriage, but for attempting to work and earn decent stipends to augment what they get from home.
See the rest after the cut...



The news media in Canada has been awash with the reports since June 2012 when the two University of Regina students took refuge in a church hoping that the Canadian authorities will forgive them for working in Walmart for two weeks. The issue here is that the student visa they carry permits them to work on campus but not outside.  The students have in their various interviews stated that they stopped the Walmart jobs immediately they became aware of the restriction.  But the Canada authorities have simply refused to budge.

Maybe the situation has lingered the way it is because of the green color of the passport they carry.  I doubt that the Canadian authorities would have held their grounds the way they've done for almost a year now if these two students were Americans, Indians, Chinese or even South Africans. As one born of Nigerian parents in the US, I have the privilege of knowing how it feels traveling with the Nigerian passport and that of the US.

It is instructive that while Walmart that employed the students have gone without any rebuke from the government, these two young ladies have remained imprisoned in a church basement for more than nine months now without knowing what day light looks like.  While immigration authorities accepted that Walmart had made an honest mistake in their hiring practices, the same leniency wasn’t granted to the students.

“Walmart was given the benefit of the doubt, while the students weren’t,” said Michelle Stewart, an associate professor in the University of Regina, who's been campaigning for the release of the two Nigerians.  “The most common response to this type of infraction is a fine of $320,” said Stewart.  "This is Canada, but it feels like hell for us," Ihuoma said in an interview with CBS Canada. "We feel forgotten here, nothing is happening at all."

Friends and well-wishers of these two students have in the last nine months mounted pressure on the Canadian government, but not much has been achieved. I have been involved in the social media campaign to drum support for these innocent young Nigerians, but much as the protests on and off line continues to grow, the Canadian authorities have remained hard-heartened.
Canada holds strong trade relations with Nigeria and is hoping to grow its economic presence in the country as a springboard to reach the rest of Africa. Being Canada's largest trading partner in sub-Saharan Africa should serve as an incentive in extracting the right government action on diplomatic matters like this. This is the time for Nigeria to flex some diplomatic and economic muscles.

I remember when the reclusive North Korean government arrested two US journalists and sentenced them to 12 years imprisonment with hard labour for illegally entering the country.  President Obama sent former president Clinton to the country and in 24 hours those two lady journalists were released to join their families. Nigeria, by virtue of its economic and strategic might, can achieve similar result when efforts are made from the top. Don't think I'm naive.

I expect President Jonathan's government to act now.  Please save Victoria and Ihuoma from what their lawyer has described as 'honest mistake'.
Funmi Macaulay wrote in from New York

199 comments:

gistmode said...

Na wa ooo, i pity them sha!!!

Anonymous said...

Dis is wat I xpect nigerian govt to please act fast nd positive on, we av pples future @ stake here, pls GEJ, intervene asap, God bles u̶̲̥̅̊ if u̶̲̥̅̊ do so!

Anonymous said...

Honest mistake? Pleaseeee, typical Nigerians always finding ways to bend the rules, they forgot they were outside Nigeria. There is no way they wouldn't have known the visa restrictions. Ignorance is no excuse for breaking the law... SIMPLE!!! Sorry oh.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

I pray help comes their way.
This is no time to climb ontop of the situation or setup a committee. They need help ASAP.
But waitoo,If our education system was good,they would av gladly returned.in our own case,our President will av to beg for them to stayback.(I cry like Saka for Nigeria)

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

Anonymous said...

1. They look lyk crooks nd I don't need to read their book to knw why dey are to be deported.
2. Dey are on the right blog cos I will use my influence as GEJ's bestie back when we dey hide smoke pawpaw leaf for Bayelsa to cal nd we will send Naija's Airforce 1 to come to their aids. #kaa onye Ohafia#

Anonymous said...

9months, de hair in deir pubic regions should be a thick forest by now. #jst wakarin past#

jerrylee said...

This is very sad, these girls were only trying to better themselves in a good way and look how everything turned. I wish them goodluck and I pray Goodluck get's to them in time, if u know what I mean. #Savevictoriaandihuoma

Adieu Nigeria said...

Victoria and Ihuoma, first, I must salute you both for your courage to stand up despite overwhelming odds, I thank the good citizen of Canada especially the church giving you a refuge for the past month. I understand you are both on scholarship from your state government in Nigeria and money are not disbursed on time, hence the need to find ways to make ends meet, Only non students can critizice you that you know the law and broke the law, I will admit many students have done this before although do not get caught, Nigerian communities in Canada has also stand up for you, Please do not dispair, no matter how tough it is, there will always be something positive coming out of this, even when they send you back home, my advice if the worse come to worse, agree to go back home rather than be deported. My prayers for you both and for your families, May God help this blind country, Nigeria see someday from the dens of current robbers running the country.

Anonymous said...

Canada has suddenly become very strict in the last few years. This time last year, they eliminated 280,000 people's files who applied for permanent residency 8/9yrs ago, just because it's a privilege to be in their country, not a right.
The US does the same to people who work illegally, deport and ban them from coming into the country ever again.
The reason why former president Clinton was able to bail those women out is because the US is a strong country and Clinton is well respected.
Who respects Nigeria? the green passport, lets not talk more of Uncle Jona? It is well.

Anonymous said...

Quite a pity what we pass throught just to get a degree from abroad..if only we had a stable economic/academic standard we won't fear deportation.I doubt if d govt can be of help.

Anonymous said...

They should come back to their father's land joorrrr

Anonymous said...

Stephen Harper is a douchbag, he is busy attending to pandas while these promising young girls are suffering for trying to work. Sometimes i don't understanding government policies, it is not in the interest of the Canadian government to encourage people to work instead of allowing them room for government handout?

★★PRINCE CHARMING™★★ said...

The question here is this.. "Where they given full work permits or not?" A "no" is the answer. Once you go out of the law by an inch it becomes a different thing all together, especially when you are not a citizen. And then, most of these developed countries want you fully financially capable before coming to study in their country, you just keep pumping in money and not taking anything out. Well, if we had a good enough Educational system they would be studying here.

YkAY said...

Our govt shld wake up from their slumber ....Act now !

Anonymous said...

Wow this is sad, our gov need to do something about this

Anonymous said...

Oya ooooo Jonathan n David mark act now....pls dis young girls shouldn't suffer dis......pls ACT now.

ebongie said...

This is why i got into blogging, thank you Linda.I hope the Nigerian Government save the career of these Nigerian ladies. I don't want to say much but am glad they read this blog.

Anonymous said...

Story,u r indeed naïve. Pls stop being biased n face facts,ignorance of the law is no excuse...those girls knew exactly wot dey were doin,comparing this case to dt of us journalists shows how remote ur thinking is. Dey should plead guilty cos dey r...dats all. If u like insult me for stating d plain truth.

Anonymous said...

Our stupid president won't do something our such thing for his citizens. If na Alamesia now he will respond quickly. Stupid president

jing Ming said...

Hey. So these girls haven't gone back. Why run from your homeland. There is nothing jonathn can do about this as he gat his own issue to deal with - marked down as worse president.my girls there is nothing u can do. Just face, go home. At least u have learnt that when a rule us laid most especially Canadian rules and regulation most for international student; is best one obey. Staying here is just meaningless as u can't work or get involve in the community. Tho I know these girls but my advice is go home. U aint the first to be deported. Doing hide and seek is just making matter worse as u can never apply for canadian visa anymore. Sorry girls. I ll still pray for ya all.

Sarah said...

President Jonathan, these are issues you should be fighting for, not given criminal pardon to politicians,I pray help comes to their way soonest.they do not deserve to be deported at all

Anonymous said...

serious matter.

jahzmene said...

So dese gurls are stil living in a church basement?dey must b pretty desperate...dnt dey av parents here in Naija or wereva?besides dey were workin witout a work permit wich is illegal so y shuld d president render any help,pls let dem b deported as d Canadian constitution states abi dem tink say Canada na lyk Naija where anytin goes??u break d law,u bear d consequences.....so dem stil stay insyd basement 4 almost a year?na wa ooo,beta come back 2 ur country sharperly!

Anonymous said...

Aww! Bad luck, dey should pray n bliv God ans prayers.
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Anonymous said...

God will reward u bountifully Funmi Macaulay, for intensifying more efforts to get this two ladies regain their freedom.

SPATACULES.. said...

Lets hope there will get help from Nigerian Government, but this is outrageous or is it because of the recent situation Nigerian are passing through? I have no idea about all this matreatment, same thing is happening here in Europe we complain and nobody respond and it keep on given them the right to treat foreign students bad like our country does not exist.i pray that there get free from the vage of deportation.

demmy000 said...

Is living in Nigeria so bad that you will rather be holed in a basement for nine months than giving the stupid Canadians the middle finger and get the eff back home?

Anonymous said...

When you get a Canadian Student visa, it explicitly says that you are permitted to work outside the campus. This is a very well known fact among international students. I don't understand how these girls can claim that they did not know about this policy. Some Nigerian international student get greedy and seek employment outside the campus because outside jobs pay more, while being fully aware of the possible deportation consequence when caught. Anyways, I wish these girls the best of luck. They will need it, because this is not Naija ooo, where you can override law/policies easily.

Anonymous said...

When you get a Canadian Student visa, it explicitly says that you are permitted to work outside the campus. This is a very well known fact among international students. I don't understand how these girls can claim that they did not know about this policy. Some Nigerian international student get greedy and seek employment outside the campus because outside jobs pay more, while being fully aware of the possible deportation consequence when caught. Anyways, I wish these girls the best of luck. They will need it, because this is not Naija ooo, where you can override law/policies easily.

@doyexy on twitter said...

Hmmmm!!! Wish d gals all d best

Anonymous said...

These canadian govt I don't blame u pple our level will soon be 10/10. Nd don't coming desperately seeking 4 naija visa oo.

Anonymous said...

I so much love prince charming.....pls can we date? I'm a guy tho

Anonymous said...

If they are not wanted there, they should go home! What's the use staying in a place where they are being chased away? It's these little things we do that continue to devalue our country. There is no way they would say they did not know the working conditions of their visas. Go home to naija abeg...

Anonymous said...

AMAZON,


PLEASE PLEASE PLEASEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

Let me hear word!!!

THEY DONT KNOW THE LAWS OF THE LAND THEY ARE LIVING IN????!!!!!

rubbish

Lagos is my home said...

Why do they sound like they are killing them , it just DEPORTATION...... i have little sympathy , I am SORRY .

They both had scholarship and very aware you cant work outside campus . When i was in College that is the first thing they drum into international student first week of resumption . Before you break the law you should be ready to pay the price . Its a sad case but no WHY COULDNT THEY FOLLOW THE LAW

Clarividente said...

Sadly, it is Jonathan at the top

Anonymous said...

How can u compare obama to goodluck.we dont hv a say.dey dnt respect us or our country.cause wve caused alot of damage.God shld help those children.if d worse cum.dey shld cum bck home n start afreash.is nt a do or die tin.whn wve already soild our country nw we ar lookn fr anodas persns country which dey prepare fr demselves to stay.dey shld cum bck.we hv universities here.

Anonymous said...

Not to be mean but its the rule if you break it you might get deported. we have the same rule in the US. When you apply for student visa, one of the important factor is your financial capabilities, because they know you are not allowed to work once you are abroad. so i don't really understand what the outcry is for, it might be painful but if you cant afford to study abroad stay in your home country.

linda post my comment...thanks

Anonymous said...

and what have our embassy in Canada doing about it? i hope nothing, i feel betrayed by our government in the hand of other countries in the world in such matters, no country in the world even some of the poor African countries have regard for we Nigerian's,

Myne Whitman said...

SO does she want President Jonathan to send a jet to fly these girls home? I thought the Canada deportation agency will do that for free?

Anonymous said...

The bumbling fools in government won't do anything about this rapidly deteriorating situation. Quick to pardon criminal cronies but won't react to a genuine case of maltreatment meted out to innocent citizens of this country.

Anonymous said...

But funmi, you make reference to the Bill clinton case were he got the two journalists released from North Korea BACK to their families "in the U.S", now you're requesting the Nigerian government intervene to let them "STAY in canada"? Its a different case if they were being held up in canada and they wanted to go back to Nigeria..

Anonymous said...

Help from who? The president that can't even help his people in Nigeria, how will he listen to the ones abroad? Mtcheeeeew.

eddy michael said...

This life is so crude.I pray for mercy on the 2gals behave. They will never see shame. Funmi ​⌣»̶·̵̭̌·̵̭̌✽̤̈̊Ŧђɑ̤̥̈̊п̥̥̲̣̣̣kƨ̣̣̣̇̇̇̇✽̤̈̊·̵̭̌·̵̭̌«̶⌣ .. 

Anonymous said...

this is old news now...
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Anonymous said...

Abeg deport them sharp sharp,is it a must 2 study abroad?Maulag,uniben,unical nd other universities dey here,even delsu!una too like studying abroad rubbish tinz

jahzmene said...

As I don dey comment too much,Linda no dey gri post my comment wella again but wen I ws usin anonymous,she alwaz does since she wuldnt knw wo...anywayz,na u sabi dat one,I luv dis blog n am addicted 2 it,u beta post my comment or or I report u 2 Opeyemi ;) and yes,I knw!

justin said...

Abeg they should come bk joor. There is Money and enjoyment in 9ja. Don't let those fools bully you girls. Come bk to ur country and relax joor, u may even get a good job on soundcity since u have accent and are fresh.

Anonymous said...

It's not easy breaking the law. While I'm not condemning the girls, I'm simply saying there are reasons why the law was put in place and all need to follow religiously.

Bianca said...

Ms. Macauly what in the world are you talking about???? Yes, they are our fellow Nigerians but do you think we are foolish? The main reason why the Canadian govt has refused to budge and is turning a deaf ear is because these girls KNEW. Yes I said it! I came to the U.S. for my college education after secondary school and the FIRST thing you do when you arrive on campus is to meet with the ISO( International Student officer)who will then drum it into your brain that you cant be found working outside campus unless on your offtrack( holiday), they even make you sign a doc saying you understand. Everywhere you go on campus you see the warning clearly( its pretty much the same in Canada). The law is not for Naija only, or african countries. Its for all INTERNATIONAL students including Canadians that were in school with me could not also do it. So, If you are trying to garner support for these young women, please please come straight. Its a little irritating when people go abroad and think they can act like they are in Naija by breaking laws. Just know that you do so at your own risk and if they catch you, just say bye. The west doesnt play with their immigration laws. Not like in Naija we allow every God damn person to come and treat us like second hand citizens and then we start to shine teeth like mumu. I call it the complex. I am really passionate about this cos one of my good friends was deported for doing the exact same thing. It was so sad. The immigration police came and picked her up from work. She couldnt even go back to pick up her clothes. She was put straight on a plane the next day to naija from jail. She damn well knew what she was doing.

Senera said...

Things like this makes this country look furstrated. Jona do something... stop been a push around president

Be Sensible said...

These girls must be very stupid.
Everybody who gets a student or tourist visa knows that it states clearly YOU ARE NOT ENTITLED TO WORK.

Did they not read the conditions of the visa?
If you know you do not have money to study abroad, then go to NSUKKA.
Do not go to another country to break their laws. They have committed a crime, it doesn't matter how minor it is. Other countries do not joke with their laws like we do, small or big,

They have money to buy ticket and pay school fees, so they must come from wealthy or middle class backgrounds.

The president has not solved the problem of Boko Haram or kidnappers, but he should stop the deportation of 2 silly rich girls??? Because criminals from other countries get away with their crimes?

Nonsense. They broke the law and should be deported.

Anonymous said...

ohhhhhh,i thought they have been deported already,just last week me and my friends were discussing about it. Canadian immigration law is the craziest ever,i live in Ontario and i know this,i pity them and i hope they are helped out.

Anonymous said...

omg!! they r still on this case..chai.. its been too long na. God please intervene for them.

Saheed BAdmus said...

Dis is very bad why would d canaDians authorities do such a thing to this innocent gurl..feel really sorry for them is it a crime to be a Nigerian or is it a crime to come study in Canada really mad @ dis Oº°˚˚°º abi dem D̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ ̴̩̥̩̩̩̥ madt ni our president need to do something about this but no na to D̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ ̴̩̥̩̩̩̥ loot our money dem go D̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ ̴̩̥̩̩̩̥ do foolish people am sure dat stupid david mark wud see dis bt won't do anything about this

Anonymous said...

See, this is simple. I'm currently studying in the U.S. When you go to school for the 1st time, you have an orientation. There, they would loudly ring it in our ears, INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS DONT WORK OFF CAMPUS. There is no way those ladies weren't aware. Aside from not working off campus, even working on campus, you cant work for more than 20HOURS A WEEK. You do 21HOURS, you are likely to get into trouble. However, so many other students take the risk of working off campus, lucky for them if they dont get caught. I feel those ladies heard similar stories, and unluckily got caught.

Ace Bentley said...

All they need is a Bsc. We have loads of awarding institutions in naija... #fact is, it's not the uni that you attend that makes you successful, what lessons do we get from bill gate...

Chinua achebe, wole soyinka and thousands of successful nigerians were trained in this same nigerian institutions ur stealing perm-sec dads ignored to send you to canada!

If we all decide to school at home, those sending you abroad will learn to fix our institution and country. The foreign exchange loss from education and medicals is dam too much to kill us left in this country.

You better be holed up or be held on a lagos bound flight.

Anonymous said...

So far so good this girls have been mistreated but i fink what cals be done is that this woman should search for channelstv online and try get in touch for this to come on air then people like S.A to d president Mr Reuben Abati will get to hear it.

Anonymous said...

People keep making this same mistakes by thinking such countries are heaven!.Most of all this countries only need ur money bt no job for u..

Anonymous said...

Will never happen. Lol lol lol what can GEJ do.? America and Canada are strategic partners.

ALEX said...

Hmm... Nawa oooo.

Anonymous said...

I will ADVISE, In a situation like that, put your Trust in God not man. cos na God SURE pass...I pray God answer your prayers.

Anonymous said...

Nig Govt.,pls intervene!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Why are these girls telling lies..they know before enrollment you should know all what your admission entails,they think it's lawless Nigeria,after their state government paid for their tuition they have decided to be greedy and go against the school rules and work out the campus,I tot they have been deported already since like mid last year. They should come back home nw..presidential intervention on such rubbish,no way when people in bakassi need intervention not people giving us bad name as stubborn and lawless people

Uzoma OKEZIE said...

Thank you Funmi for your intervention. Nigeria has Amb. Ojo Maduekwe as its resident High Commissioner in Canada. It is shocking that he has not done enough to extract a forgiveness from the Canadians who are pushing their Companies to buy up and manage our new electrical installations. It will be a shame if the Nigerian Government allows the future of these young girls to be ruined.

Anonymous said...

Look at this stupid Nigerians in disapora sha that will be dissing the country suddenly needin our leaders help abeg let them deport them back here plenty admision dey is the country now heaven that they re hiding in a basement what's in the stupid country abegh they broke the rules they should be deported there's no place like am ..........from a proud rich Nigerian

Anonymous said...

You think these animals we call senators,legislators and even the president with all due respect will respond to this? This isn't a national issue to them because there is no fund sharing involved and he was able to grant alamieyeseigha national pardon.......It shows what their priorities are.

Anonymous said...

Eyaaaaa! I feel so sorry for them. This is the kind of case that Kemi Olunloye should be fighting for but instead she goes gaga one day, making sense another day and praising Canada until they kicked her ass out.

Anonymous said...

I can't believe this. Canada of all nations. This is very disgusting and disturbing. I wish I'm the Oga at the Top.

Missy said...

Honest mistake from where nau! I think the girls should be pardoned but at the same time we shouldn't make Canadian Immigration Officers the bad guys. Every student knows that his/her visa only permits on-campus jobs and if one works off-campus and gets caught, it is a cause for deportation.

Anonymous said...

Oga at the top u mean???

Anonymous said...

For Gods sake our govt should please do something. Our president should please do something cos we ar also a nation that sud B recon wit.for goodness sake and a change let them make a move to improve our lives abroad. Linda u slf get work to do by getting dis across 2dem up there.

Anonymous said...

They should just go back to nigeria and avoid the humiliation there is no better place than your own home

IYAWO PASUMA said...

God help them. Amen

Iyawo paso

Anonymous said...

They were working without a working permit, that certainly was not an honest mistake they knew exactly what they were doing thinking they could get away with it, they have been in Canada long enough to know you can only work with a work permit common they are in their 4th year of university in Canada how wouldn't they know that, I am in my 1st year and I even knew you can only work with a work permit even before I heard of this case. How about people stop making the Canadian immigration look bad, a lesson in life that should be taken with all seriousness never mess around with a countries immigration. I hope the immigration spare them though.

adewale a said...

And what's the usefulness of being part of commonwealth if the girls can't get second chance for honest mistakes.

Mzz Wright said...

OMG! I pray they ve a change of heart towards them, and our govt. Should stand up as well to interven... GEJ is begining to irritate seriouly.

Anonymous said...

I doubt if Reuben Abati wld read dis n advice President Goodluck on it.dis is wot dey shd actually focus on,International Law and Diplomacy.

Anonymous said...

See our Nigeria life outside?? They rather live in a church basement in Canada with all the basic amenities available. SMH.

Anonymous said...

Oya my oga at the top is comin 222 rescue u guys :). ADA

bitchplis said...

So dey r still on dis issue...dis case has been dragging on for a while now...I feel for them sha

Anonymous said...

Ihuoma n victoria GOD is definitely on ur side, Jonathan will do something abt dis

Anonymous said...

I came to Canada here as an international student as well. Canada is the most multicultural and accomodating country you would ever live in. Funmi should stop playing the race card and take a chill pill and if I might add get educated on these things, she sounds very ignorant and is arguing blindly. Law is law here and we all know the law. Every school has international office that drums the laws into our ears. Some students want to be smart and there are scape goats like in this case. They are deporting them and not prosecuting them as criminals. Take note y'all this the western world, they don't bend the rules to fit people whatever coulour you come in, laws put people in check, it makes people accountable etc bottomline, it is the reason why it is an organized/developed society and why we all long to school and live here. If you can't handle the heat leave the kitchen, implying if you can't respect and obey their rules stay in your country.

Anonymous said...

oh pls jonathan has other things on his mind.....looting more money and pardoning corrupt politicians

Samuel Odebode said...

OMG...this story is almost a year old if not more...so this girls remain in hiding in church premises...time wastage...CIC pls sent them back quickly to Nigeria,so they can start a new life and others should learn that Study permit to Canada is not Work permit to Walmart,Sobeys,Dominion stores...read ur books after 6 months you can then have 20hr per week Job if u must work while schooling in Canada.

Samuel Odebode said...

OMG...this story is almost a year old if not more...so this girls remain in hiding in church premises...time wastage...CIC pls sent them back quickly to Nigeria,so they can start a new life and others should learn that Study permit to Canada is not Work permit to Walmart,Sobeys,Dominion stores...read ur books after 6 months you can then have 20hr per week Job if u must work while schooling in Canada.

Thelma Zebbs said...

So this case is not settled yet. I think I ve read sth about this two girls on LIB sometime last year or early this year. If you are a Nigerian, you are on your own whether home or abroad. What about Nigeria ambassador to US? Pity.. Babes only God can help you. Don't just hide in church, do what Nigerians are known for, PRAY and PRAY. Only God can settle this. I tire O.

GALORE said...

yes....This are Level Headed GIRLS....And I sincerely Pray that President GEJ will just Intervene.

Not Like KOO(KEMI OMOLOLU OLUNLOYO)....who has no manners @ all....

She talks anyhow like a FOOL
She is so STUPID
Now she iS an IDIOT
A disgrace to Yoruba Race

@LINDA IKEJI....Post my comment,,Dont Ever Let ur Laptop Swallow this One.

I need to Talk sence Into that WOMAN(koo) dumb sKULL.

Desire Joc said...

Very touching and touching indeed. how i wish uncle Jona is seeing this. i guess we have ambassador to nigeria gvt in Canada. is he dere 4 is own National cake. common Nigerians grow up a make history.

Ebuka said...

Wow. For almost year. I suggest letters be sent to major newspapers, embassies, the national assembly and eve the office of the president. Someone will definitely take it up.

This is a serious issue, people are not commenting. If it's about Cossy, you'll see 297 comments...

lyndaBachor said...

so sad,please goodluck help them,there dreams are at stake

Anonymous said...

President Goodluck shld pls save those gals by interfering. I pray they wnt ß̍̍̊e deported S̶̲̥̅̊o̶̲̥̅̊ they can finish their education. Sending a child abroad to study is not a small thing.

Anonymous said...

So they're trying to say they didnt know their student visas were restricted? Surrrrrrre!
They knew what they were doing was wrong, they did it hoping not to get caught and now they got caught and we should all sympathize with them?
Oya pack ya load and go back to Nigeria.. your lives are not in danger. Ikwerre gals.. smh

CC said...

Why is this Funmi on a long thing? Did these two girls not break Canadian law when they started working? Ignorance of the law does not make you exempt. If they've been holed up in a church basement for 9 months instead of going to school, they've definitely violated the other terms of their student visa.
I don't see how she expects Jonathan to fight for citizens who are fighting to stay out of Nigeria especially when they admittedly broke the law.
Best thing these 2 young ladies can do is return voluntarily to Nigeria & enroll in school in Ghana. Avoid that deportation stamp & they can have a chance at other foreign visas in 5 or so years. A visa to a foreign country is NOT a right.

Anonymous said...

Where lays the hope of this Nation?

cara milano!!! said...

Hmm, dz students r still in dat church basement? Ds tory don tey oh, God help dem sha cos if dier hope is on jona, na so dem go carry leg waka reach 9ja

Anonymous said...

LINDA STOP SHOWING PEOPLE'S FACES ESPECIALLY IN CASES LIKE THIS,,, MY GOD YOU CAN'T BE THAT DUMB,

Anonymous said...

I sympathize with them . But let the truth be told a law is a law no matter how insignificant it is. No working on your visa period .Walmart or any where else. There is no justification . These countries move forward because there are no sentiments. These are the things we have to teach children Do not break the law even if it seems everyone else is doing it. They got caught . If we can beg for mercy all well and good or get them the best lawyers if not Let them come and manage private university in Nigeria. Time is going . This abroad matter is not a do or die affair.

Anonymous said...

President jonathan should do something about it.

Anonymous said...

This is really unfortunate for the poor girls, imagine been humiliated for trying to make an honest means of livelihood.Vicky and Ihuoma GOD will see u tru IJN

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately a law is a law irrespective of who nd where. How did they get there in the first place. The only think nigerian govt can do is ensure they have been treated right nd given a fair sentence nd get them home to their parents safely. Nigerian govt dint send them there so they cant ensure their stay there. You dont have to live abroad to study. Maybe its time to come back home.

Anonymous said...

Pls president GEJ and his senate should sit on this matter asap to help these students out, canadian Govt should be addressed to give these girls chance to continue their studies over there. They represent us well through hard work not prostitution.

Anonymous said...

GEJ is busy with calculations of how to rig elections in 2015. This kind of diplomatic matter is not our government concern for now (maybe they should keep staying in the church basement till after election in 2015.... LOL!!!). On a serious note, I know how painful or shameful it could be to be repertriated. Or are we talk to of the money or time spent so far, which seems to be turning to a waste. Nonetheless, these ladies need not to waste time and move on with life. Let them come back to Nigeria and enjoy their birth right as first class citizens. Being abroad is not the ultimate in life, they can make it better in Nigeria.The 9 months spent in the basement would have translated into something good for them in their own country. Please, I beg you in the name of God don't rely on GEJ irresponsible government for any intervention - they are too busy with second term agenda.

Anonymous said...

If so d Canadian govt is over stringent nd very unfair. All dis ar jst bcos Nigerin ladened curuption practice, if Naija govt wil only agree 2 put tins right 4 once in dis country, den d craze 2 study abroad wil reduce nd d dis kind of tin wil probably nt hav arisen.
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Anonymous said...

Abeg shut up, watin be Unite Against Boko Haram...You seat down for US the talk of AUnite against Boko Haram....Come back home to Niaja enter Maiduri Unite Now..rubbish.....as for the two girls you na Nigerian Wayo tomuch...after you na spoil you na country u think say Oyibo be like Naija.........

Anonymous said...

In my opinion, these are the people that make it hard for the honest Nigerians to get visa....how can they say they did not know???? are we learners??? please they should be deported very very quickly o jare!!!!

oladapo dapo said...

My friend told me about this.... We are arguing.... Lolz.... So na true...

Anonymous said...

Dear fummi u can't stay in new york and say u r the ffounder of NUABH if u want to b effective come home and come to the north u will b more effective from here thank u and the laws of a country is to b respected if they have defaulted I think the shd face the music

Anonymous said...

If the President does not act towards saving these two young ladies accused of commiting "a honest mistake",then surely, GEJ is unworthy of dat seat...dnt knw if the man has got a mind at all sef...

Anonymous said...

Oju eni mala ari to.....Oju eni mala ari yonu....God is with u girls.

Anonymous said...

Jona the man without shoes!!! Time to act is NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sadiq Daniel said...

After some Govt would come out and say something like "Nigerians are not patriotic" *spits*This is one of those reasons why I cannot be a patriotic Nigerian. Who can beat his chest and say this and that is what Nigeria has done for him.... This is beyond this two ladies, our govt is fucked up and I believe that's even one of the resons why they left in the first place. God bless Nigeria......

Anonymous said...

The pathetic aspect is the fact that they studying there, if not I would have said they have no business remaining in that country, it doesn't what it.

Anonymous said...

Awww that's sad. hope they get help soon.

Chy said...

I am just trying to be fair here, every international students know that there are laws and regulation they must adhere to in every country. Why did they disobey the law by working more than the hours that was required of them. I think Nigerians should learn that there are rules and they must adhere to it. This will be a great lesson for other international students that think they can get away with whateva they do. They should know that Canada is NOT Nigeria where no one respects the law.

Anonymous said...

Let them come back home n find something else to do, Next pls?

kate bassi said...

Let him prove himself here as the said oga at the top... why would the president allow this two young innocent girls to go through all this without showing any interest that he Carter for his citizens in or outside the country
.i see need for impeachment , what rubbish for months and nothing has been done by nigerian government. My friend get up front that mattress and act as such. Idiat

kate bassi said...

Let him prove himself here as the said oga at the top... why would the president allow this two young innocent girls to go through all this without showing any interest that he Carter for his citizens in or outside the country
.i see need for impeachment , what rubbish for months and nothing has been done by nigerian government. My friend get up front that mattress and act as such. Idiat

Anonymous said...

I don't think these girls have a good lawyer. Canada is very lenient with their immigration policy. I know people who have done worst things en are still in Canada. I don't think its as bad as the media is portraying it. If Canada really wants to deport the, they would not have stayed this long. While they are it, Govt of Saskatchewan has a program called SNIP, its a provincial nominee program that allows a province to nominate people for permanent residency. They should both see if they are eligible or better ask their lawyer to look into it while we are waiting for Jonathan en his yeye govt to interfere in this matter.

Between the writer should stop being biased. It has nothing to do with the color of their passport, even if they were Americans,they will still be deported even quicker than this 2. I av seen American citizens being deported b4 so she should stop being ignorant.

Amarachi Ilodibe said...

this is so bad,,,those girls should av been forgiven,afterall its an honest mistake....Nigerian Government are cowards,dey dont take d bull by the horn,,,...if the Government doesnt do something about this,its just to tell us how cowardice dey really are,its not a crime to be a nigerian...nigerians in diaspora are really going thru hell....**miss linda,please post my comment**

imported said...

our green passport#sighs#
no comment

Anonymous said...

This is totally bad, its an honest mistake, i don't see anything bad in what this ladies have done...a lot of things happens to Nigerian in those country like ..US, London, Canada,,it is high time our government should come to our aid,..if we go with the idea of TIT...FOR ..TAT...I Think it will be better..whatever they do to any of citizens we do it back to them.

barbiebolu said...

This is the right time our president should show us that we ordinary citizens have a say in what happens to us both home and abroad,if these two girls are deported,shame on the presidency..cos the two girls has shown the whole world that Nigerian babes can actually work and fend for themselves without selling their body..am very sure if these girls have family in the top places in naija,they won't go through this ordeal..and I know that if Goodluck can pardon a national and international thief,he should be able to deliver these honests and hardworking girls...Linda,it's like you have special people you post their comments,you have never post any of mine..abeg post this one oo

Anonymous said...

Pls GEJ help Victoria n Ihioma they r nigeians like u, even if u don't know of ths case b4 now, now u knw. Pls act fast. DD

Anonymous said...

Or else we start dealing wt the canadains in nigeria NOW

Anonymous said...

*worth*... thank me later.

Anonymous said...

If they were over there prostituting now! It will be news on every outlet! Now nigerian ladies...trying to get educated, WORKING to assist themselves, not takin to the streets n yet they suffer for it n our govt wonders y our girls run to prostitution! They had better make efforts on their behalf n get them back to school! As for you saying adhering to the rules! I pray u never lack in your life!!!!cuz u would be d first to see which simple rule u can break! God help them!

Anonymous said...

U see d reason y u cant get visa? Its simply bcos u r dumb. So walmart made an honest mistake & wz given the benefit of doubt but d students shld b deported?.
U cant get there.. kenya z ur home,dts whr u can only get visa to.
Oponu ayirada.. didirin dato.. ewu...

jay sho said...

U are an idiot, are dey rapist ? Or have dey committed an immoral act wats ur issur about dia face no wonder u are anonymous

Anonymous said...

KimK... D kim is silent..!!!!
No b true..na joke
Go get a sit already..

Unknown said...

Nigererian Government are cowards.

Anonymous said...

Ihuoma and Victoria are aware of such restriction.Canada is a very conservative country and they are so careful with Nigerians even with visa processing.I work with a consultancy firm that recruits students into Canadian institutions. We always tell our students that they are not permitted to work off campus until after six months of being in Canada.International Students are also warned during school orientation, i guess that was the reason the Canadian authorities were adamant to their cries. Nevertheless they ought to be pardoned.I pray they don't come back because if they do,they will never smell Canada again. let's all use social media in campaigning for these young innocent girls until it gets to the appropriate body.

saint phonsz said...

This case has been in the news for months,Cheif Ashiru where are thou?..sir pls do something fast!

Anonymous said...

Whr z d *r* before *i* in nigerians?
Let me blv its a typo sha

Anonymous said...

Hopeless anonymous..
Dont u tink an eye for an eye maks evry1 go blind?
Lets respect ourself so dz pple can respect us..

keemgan01 said...

Law is law agrred! But what happen to tempering justice with mercy. Is like u don't have a heart of human? Haven't u ever make mistake in ur freaking life for once? Pls be reasonable.

Anonymous said...

Linda,pls get Channels TV involved. The govt rushes to resolve issues made public by Channels.KD

Anonymous said...

One may wish to speak up against the inactions of the government and in a lot of cases they may be right but heart wrenching as this story is and my heart does go out to them,Nigerians abroad need to start to show respect for the laws of their host countries or face the consequences of their actions or inactions and to compare this case to the American journalists is like comparing chalk and cheese.let us put the blame where it honestly rests

King Izu said...

the Govt of GEJ will be busy forgiving Criminals, talking abt amnesty to murderers, defending lootings and stealings, and ignore the very essence of governance which is to protect the peace and lives of Nigerian whether here in Nigeria or elsewhere. This issue had been on yet GEJ has done nothing, though i am not expecting him to do anything cos he does not know what to do. But let's all of keep keep the preseure on Canadian Govt to stop the racial discrimination in this 21st century. if they could allow gay/lesbians to have full marriage rights and all recognitions accorded them, then these hard working citizens of the world should be given same right.

Anonymous said...

The only help the Nigerian government could give them at this point is to offer them scholarships to the US or the UK. Their stay in Canada is tainted and I don't believe they stand much chance because Canada would be setting a precedence case for other students. I also don't believe Canada would change its law on the matter for 2 individuals from Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

The story is not complete abeg. First off, how did they get the jobs at Walmart? If walmartbwas let off the hook without paying a fine, then it means the girls must have forged some documents or something. I know a lot of nigerians working abroad do this everyday. They should just come back to Nigeria bcos they've missed 9 months of school already. Staying in a church will even put the church in trouble for harbouring them. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. If Nigerian govt intervenes, it will be setting a very bad precedence bcos every Tom dick and harry will start to ask for government influence when they clearly broke the law.

I remember the case of the physically challenged boy in the us who was granted residence, or the so solids crash victim who is receiving so much assistance, those are clear cases of people who due to their medical needs have to be abroad. These 2 girls are able bodied and do not need our government intervening for such a trivial issue. Daz all

Anonymous said...

I don't know why people cant understand that in other countries there are laws that are to be adhered to. My daughter who is an American citizen did her Masters in London and the British law says foreign students can only work for a certain amount of hours per month. Even 1 hour over and she would be subject to deportation. Nigerians are just unruly. Just stick to the laws of whatever country you are in or stay in Nigeria and be lawless. I have no pity for them.

Anonymous said...

They were actually sent to Canada by the Rivers State Government, of which had agreements signed with individual students. The first attention needed is that of the R/S government to find out the terms and conditions given to these students, before heading up to President Jonathan. Every institution or government has laws and so on and these issue of not working outside school has been up a long time. If they have defaulted and cannot be pardoned, then they should be sent home. If we break our laws and go free, some do not.....and even if they do, not in the open.

Anonymous said...

It stinks that people deposit every slight of blame to the Government. Even a fight in the house will be pointed at the Government of its cause.

Nigeria being a lawless country has shown itself to the outside world through some dirty demeanor. How could the concern girls deviate from the rules and regulation in their schools or country of domicile, after violating the law, people now remember that we have GEJ and the Senate.

The point stands that they infringed the law by working without a permit and if the decision is deporting them, let it be swift or even pardoning them as well.

Lets not channel every slight of blame to our government besides they are not there for national interest rather on personal note which is to study. They would have obliged to the standing rules, regulation or standing law.

However, the said AMBASSADOR OJO MMADUEKWE is there, representing the name Nigeria but not its subject. I know him right from his home time as a wasted value to his community, local government and state, so i do not expect any tangible contribution from him over this issue. rather than detaining them illegally, its better they go home and try some other countries if Nigeria is not suitable for them.

Lets observe every single law enacted by the Government of any country because NO ONE IS ABOVE THE LAW.

Anonymous said...

This girls are on scholarship from Nigeria they were not suppose to work outside the school .they call an honest mistake yet they worked for more than a year. Plead guilty and you get a lesser charge. Their parents were former diplomat here in Ottawa . know them too well .I was among people who went to the parliament hill to protest we got the full gist we all turned our back . the most annoying part when they interview them on CBC news they where not remorseful .if Na me I for don cry river

Anonymous said...

A lot will also be considered in this case, how much are they paid monthly by the Rivers State Government as stipend every month.....all these will be looked at...just a thought

Anonymous said...

@ keemgan pls go and sleep. What the hell is temper justice with mercy? The law is the law, before you break it you should be able to dance to the music.

Anonymous said...

Sharrap GEJ has no business in this matter

Anonymous said...

good talk!

Anonymous said...

Thank God u said this, else I would have been thinking it was a racist move. O well, they should come back! What now?jonathan should tell d Canadian law makers that it is ok to break the law sometimes? Hiss

--Teeteelahyo--

Anonymous said...

This Funmi is just silly, how does this concern GEJ? Mumu. They broke the law do they should be deported simple.

Anonymous said...

well said..

Anonymous said...

Best comment here..

nella said...

OMG!! this is the meanest! What is wrong with eveyone calling on Jonathan??Honestly, I first got the impression they are about to be executed....

Anonymous said...

I wonder o!as if nigeria is hellfire..come home and start afresh.

Anonymous said...

God bless you,best comment so far..

Anonymous said...

All this people blabbing here, have u̶̲̥̅̊ not been frustrated by Nigerian universities before? Or people dont have rights to study where ever they want? Its true D̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ have made d mistake but can be corrected. If our president can forgive crooks why cant he do something about this looks minor to me..

Anonymous said...

This matter is news to most of us, i wonder why no one spoke up since nine months ago.

Hon. Abike Dabiri Erewa should be contacted immediately, since she is in charge of diaspora matters in the House of Reps. God help the girls.

Anonymous said...

wetin carry dem go dre b4

nony nso said...

It concern GEJ cos they re Nigerians, hope u dnt breathe tru ur anus???

Anonymous said...

@Anon 10:24. U must be a hardened fool, Idiot!

Anonymous said...

@ Anon 10:24am, how can u even make such a statement,abi na comment? They acted without knowing and walmart gave 'em the job, everybody makes mistakes so stop acting high and mighty. If they were ur siblings will u be making such comments? Enemy of progress abi u are just bitter u've never travelled out!! Park for corner jare. God will see 'em thru, and I pray the govt. Steps in and help 'em achieve what they went to canada for.

Anonymous said...

Ladies there is so much poverty in Canada. Minimum wage is so low and even the local people cant find jobs..Why would you want to stay there? go home..

Anonymous said...

Ladies there is so much poverty in Canada. Minimum wage is so low and even the local people cant find jobs..Why would you want to stay there? go home..

Igwe Osita One said...

Like seriously??? They should better plead GUILTY AS CHARGED. There is no way on earth they would feign Ignorance of this. Even before you get your visas, these information are drummed into your ears. But some Nigerians just think they are smart. They forget that "NA WHO DEM CATCH BE THIEF". Alot of Nigerians are doing it even right now as we speak but not all might be lucky to get away with it. This two girls should park their loads and return back to Nigeria. They have been made SCAPEGOATS!

Anonymous said...

Where is Abike Dabiri and her team? dis is der responsibility, with dem putting effort, presidency will stand up to its responsibility.

Anonymous said...

This is the first time I will comment here. U are a very stupid fool. It's obvious that u don't have anything in ur head. I don't even know what to say to u.

tush moore said...

Anon 10:24am,u sound so stupid and mumuish!am sure u've neva gone beyond cotonou.ode oshi

Anonymous said...

They KNEW exactly what they where doing only that Unlike others It Backfired big time..Let this be a lesson to all nigerians that are go abroad for studies or tourism.

Anonymous said...

Sharraaaaap GEJ cannot dictate to canada how to run their own country. when we heard the full story we had to keep quiet cause we realised we had been lied to by these students.

Phateema said...

Linda,
Kindly make sure this gets to Abike Dabiri Erewa she is the chairman house committe on nigerians in diaspora and i'm very sure she'll work on this.Pls make sure she gets it.May God see these little girls through.Amen

Anonymous said...

abeg funmi macualey how can you compare 12years imprisonment to deportation ?i think its not the same..its not as if nigeria is at war or anything like that they should apply for to go to uk or just come back home.its not a death sentence its their country.

Anonymous said...

#Onye Ohafia# why so mean tho? lol

Obama asked for Americans to return to their families, Jonathan is going to beg for them to stay back? hmmm...(clearly the situation aint the same).
Things must be that bad that they decided to work in Walmart,if you cant afford Canada be happy to return to Nigeria.
Besides, It's only Canada, there is nothing there.

wishing them the best.

Anonymous said...

Thought I read this news last year or so in the papers???

Anonymous said...

Unlike Nigeria, Countries have rules they abide by, if they break it for them now, why cant they break it for the next 1000 students that decides they want to work illegally.Thats not how the system works.

Trust Nigerians to think it's as simple as Jonathan writing a letter. These girls should have known better.


#fuckyouropinion

Anonymous said...

Thank u my dear! Don't mind those shallow minded people saying otherwise. The girl that even wrote the letter and sent it to Linda sha! Doesn't she know where the three Arm zone dey. Pls make ur request to the National Assembly, or the office of the secretary of the federal gov or better still to Aso villa. Since their parents were former diplomats, can't they help contact the federal govt too? It's not easy being president, maybe Reuben abati haven't done his job by tellin mr president.

Anonymous said...

Lmao!!!! For 7 months we haven't had light here ooo

Meek And Gentle said...

This is not a deportable crime, however, Nigerians should learn how to respect visa restrictions.
Are You Talking To Me?

Anonymous said...

As a Nigerian-Canadaian, i just knew there must be more to the story that was written. Canadian judiciary is not that stringent on immigration, there is more to this story. To work for an employer, u fill a form confirming that u are legal to work, they filled that form, they didnt work for 2 weeks, they worked for a year...Africans always think oyinbos are mumu, they are not, they only give u a time to dig your grave very deep, so when they nab u, u get buried alive by overwhelming evidences....this is probably not their first time of doing this, canadian law is lenient of 1st time offenders...its a sorry case, but maybe God is telling u something gals

Anonymous said...

Even if they knowingly broke the rules at least they were not caught as prostitues but were willing to work hard to survive. God will definitely help them out.

SOULJACHIC said...

This is the most sensible comment so far! I'm an international student in the US and it's true. These gis knew...they were fully aware of the consequences of breaking the law. They should go back to Nigeria where they can live comfortably instead of living underground in a basement. Pathetic

SOULJACHIC said...

Lmfao

Anonymous said...

I think there is more to this story than meets the eye, i know people who have done worse! Worked on expired work permits sef, yet got another student visa. It's either they are not saying the whole truth or they have done something else that they couldn't be nailed for directly and thsi was just an avenue.

I do not think CIC will deport you on the grounds they are claiming especially if you stopped the job of your own volition.

amie said...

Anon10:24am its obv u r very hard heartened and deprived, may God judge u, n may u n ur family nt b imprisoned 4 wt u knw nt of. Unfortunate fellow.

Anonymous said...

You are a very wicked soul! May God not let such happen 2 u.

Anonymous said...

@keemgan01 abeg shut up. You can live your freaking life anyhow you want but no carry am go another person country

Anonymous said...

Get a good lwayer while you are at it

Anonymous said...

Amen oooooooo
***lincoln

Anonymous said...

I think the Canadian Authorities are being unnecessarily harsh. Their offense, after their apology should have merited only a fine and not a deportation just as suggested by a prof. in their university. Did they close down the Walmart branch that hired them. NO, so why the castigation. It's time Nigerians all over the world hold their heads up high and be treated fairly.

Riley said...

There must be more to this story. Firstly, if they are restricted to work on campus only, this would be indicated on their passport and other govt issued I'd. Also, their Social insurance would be different to those who are Citizens or Permanent residents therefore, Walmart would have had to double check to ensure they could work outside of Campus. Canada is very strict with things like this and very difficult to get by without the right documentations as you constantly need to show paperwork for everything - Doctor's, work,opening an account etc. Unfortunately, many Nigerians come here as students with the hope of changing over later. Canada unfortunately, is not like the UK or US where you can do this easily not even trying to go the route of arranged marriage. People should do their research before going anywhere these days.

Anonymous said...

The Canadian authority should prepare for war If they repatriate these 2 girls. I think it's time justice is given to the people by the people. Our leaders might be selfish and ignorant of the fact that they're being fucked around by the west but the people in this Nigeria will not allow this to happen. We all see how other countries intervene in matters relating to the welfare of their people home and abroad but for ours is another story, Our children and been slaughtered, butchered and murdered all around the country because of the evil leaders that has been sitting on our destiny since 1960. they come telling us that we're the leaders of tomorrow but their greed has made them deny us our rightful place forcing our children,brothers and sisters to engage in illegal ways to meet up.

If The Canadian Govt deports these girls then their will be a mass protest in Nigeria and sorry is the name of any Canadian citizen captured during this.
I hereby give out a warning to the Canadian Govt to reconsider their decision concerning this 2 kids else the Canadian embassies/consulate/citizens in Nigeria will know no peace and every kind off relation between Nigeria and Canada will be caught off because we shall shake even the so called leaders of Nigeria.

Let the child that has ear hear
and let that that doesn't have any be prepared for chaos/unknown.

Nonya said...

I can't believe there are people in Nigeria that are so stupid to actually think Mr Jona should write to Canada. What an insult! That Oga president should leave all the wahala of Boko Haram, Power, Alams palava, etc and be writing to Canada to forgive people that clearly broke their laws? These people were unlucky to be caught. They are obviously not the only ones doing it. I believe because of the publicity the whole church basement thing has generated, the Canadian government will do everything possible to deport these girls if only to prove a point to other would-be students. Abeg deport their sorry asses to Naija ASAP jor!

Anonymous said...

at anon 10:24 i will read psalm 109 for u

Anonymous said...

lol. I always like it when people fight for there "right" in other peoples country but dont know there right in there own. Well since they have no right in there own country they have to fight somewhere. LMAO

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Anonymous said...

nigeria goveramt can help loss help them

Anonymous said...

nigeria goveramt can help loss help them

Anonymous said...

Anon..u most be very stupid 4 mkn such statement, in shOrt u r a sadist ..aM sure u r a runs gal sef.

demgold said...

I don't know why most people are negative on this sensitive issue, maybe we don't know that our government has sold us long ago while breeding future robbers of tomorrow, you can't do anything you like as a Nigerian else where, we are always suspected and treated differently, i guess we earn that, but until we jointly stand for what we believe and fight this corrupt government for the sake of the unborn..... i think we are faced we the same likelihood someday...Girls , i salute your courage, at least you chose a descent option.