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‘They’re going to be killed’: Activists protest deportation of Cameroon immigrants

TEXAS, USA — Dozens of activists rallied outside of Alliance Airport and Prairieland Detention Center in Alvarado to stop the deportation of migrants from Africa. 

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According to activists, 60 of the individuals sought asylum in the United States due to the Civil War in Cameroon, also known as the Ambazonia War. 

Immigration and Customs Enforcement has not confirmed the number of individuals or their country of origin slated to be deported Tuesday, Oct. 13.

“I know if they deport them back to Cameroon they’re going to be killed, they’re going to be assassinated, they’re going to be locked up,” said Blake Mewell.

The Cameroon native has been in the United States for six years and says individuals who attempt to leave the country are often killed.  

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