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Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Video: Nigerians prevent a KLM plane from taking off after a fellow Nigerian scheduled to be deported was brought aboard in chains

A Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) flight about to depart from Schiphol, Amsterdam to Lagos on Sunday, April 9th, was the scene of an altercation when a Nigerian man was brought aboard in handcuffs.  however other Nigerians aboard the plane protested against the man being chained like a hardened criminal. 


The video posted on social media shows people demanding that the man in handcuffs be removed from the plane.

"Nobody deserves to be treated this way" one of them is heard saying"


The crew and Koninklijke Marechaussee, a policing force that works as part of the Dutch military, initially refuses but eventually gives in as more people join the call.
The plane took off slightly later than scheduled. Why the man was being deported is unclear.

Watch the video below..

41 comments:

evy claret said...

Good one from the Nigerians


Eva Da Diva...

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Nice and thoughtful of them.
Deserves commendation.



. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Meribe Onyedi said...

Nothing's more dangerous than a Nigerian who knows his rights

VEEKEE FRESH said...

they did well... we are not dogs

Anonymous said...

Nigeria i hail thee....nice one there

bekee chima said...

Am proud of those Nigerians onboard

daniel ubong said...

Too bad.

Anonymous said...

What became of the deportee eventually though?

Jessica Chichi said...

Why treat a man like an animal? no-matter his race! shouldn't we learn to be more human??? Am sure a white would NOT go through that... this is not fair


@jessyangels4love

Observer said...

The Nigerian got should no sit back and fold it's arms. Fight for your people. To think slave trade was over. Isn't this how Nigerians were transported during slavery except in this case the guy still had his clothes on.
Also how many Dutch citizens were manhandled in this way when they had misbehaved in Nigeria- be it business deals or their visa expiring.
Isn't Shell meant to owned by the Dutch so how come when they'very polluted the Niger Delta or got caught in bribery scandals non of their officials tied by their legs and arms and bundled back to their country.
This is pathetic and the Nigerian got should stand up for once. Same thing going on in SA,India, Ghana.
Enough is enough.

Abram said...

Be your brothers keeper... naija... Here is how to get a big penis

Anonymous said...

This is so wrong, because he didn't have his documents. haba, people are wicked. Kudos to those guys who spoke up for him. I love what you guys did, being your brothers keeper. That's called love.

Onah Caleb said...

I trust my people Naija, thank God the plane was not burnt.

Anonymous said...

Kudos my brothers. This has made my day. Do those whites in the plane think its still the era of slavery.
Or do they think that Nigerians are cowards like most other countries in Africa.
It is high time these whites are metted with the same type of insensitive treatment they leash out on others.
What an arant nonsense.

Anonymous said...

Good one brothers! I like the spirit.

Anonymous said...

Correct!!!!!! They treat the citizens like animals but collect their tax, money, fees. Ndi oshi!!!!

Brielle Willie said...

Good one, y'all did a good job(Nigerians)Silly white ppl, I live with them here in England but I swear I don't like em.

Anonymous said...

Good ,these guys steal from us and still think we cant fight for our right .

Slim said...

That what happen when you don't have a good leader

Ness said...

Look at us standing for our brother... We're beautiful when we're our brother's keeper. We Thank God. I hope this ended well.

Ness said...

Look at us standing for our brother... We're beautiful when we're our brother's keeper. We Thank God. I hope this ended well.

Temitope said...

While I commend the actions of the Nigerians, I believe the real protest should be towards our leaders.Against corruption and money laundering.We need to make our house of assemble members more accountable and useful to us.Else this treatment would always continue.

Anonymous said...

One Naija

Anonymous said...

One Naija

Christie Ashinipeye said...

So proud of this men,God bless Nigeria #iamanigrian

Anonymous said...

Honestly they didn't do well. The police will take the guy back to the detention centre and deport him on the next available flight still in chains. It's procedure. They didnt help this man. He will be free once he gets to Nigeria, all they did was delay his freedom.

anams oluchi said...

Our leaders no dey gree depot whites like Dis..

Hrm paul said...

That's wat am talking about unity and solidarity

Thomas said...

Good one from Nigerians

FRESH said...

We are not dogs but we go to their countries to sell drugs,steal & do all sorts? Let's obey their laws.

Anonymous said...

I feel so proud of all the Nigerians on that flight. More of this.

Vivian Reginalds said...

LOL
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

This absolutely astonishing. Did anyone listen and watched the video keenly like I did?? Non of those who rendered their support asked the binder man where in Nigeria are u from? They simply raised their voices because HE IS FIRST A NIGERIAN, not Igbo,Yoruba or Edo....this is what we should all be..our brothers keeper.this made my day.thanks Linda for sharing!!

Oluwatobi Allen said...

If Nigerians can emulate this collectively. The nation will sure be a better place. How to convert Airtime Credit to Cash

Anonymous said...

At last. Some liver from Nigerians in the face of oppression.
# brother's keepers.. nice one

Unknown said...

Don't mind them, I wonder who issued Lord Lugard, Mungo Park and the rest of them resident permits in Nigeria/Africa when they came to scramble, partition and exploit us.

Anonymous said...

Amen. Let him sent back. NL is one of those countries who doesn't deport people often, so he has done something. He was illegal.

Anonymous said...

Did they obey ours when they came to our land??

Anonymous said...

Hunmm Nigeria, waw I think am proud of what am seeing here. We should let love lead where ever we are. I think this will be a shame to the Nigeria government. to sit tight. And stop taking his people for granted, where as it will be an opportunity for other countries to also take us as UNWANTED OR SEE US ANIMALS.WHAT A LOVELY NATION SO CALLED NIGERIA WITH GOD BLESSINGS. NGM DOO SOMETHING FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DOO SOMETHING. ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. NO ONE IS SLAVE BUT FREE AND TO BE FREE. AND MAKE THE COUNTRY A BETTER PLACE FOR URS CITIZENS. INSTEAD OF RUNNING DWN DER OR HERE AND DER FOR GREENER PASTURES. I REST MY CASE.

ogbonna nwabueze said...

Eventually they are going to put him into another flight,but good job to those heroes

Anonymous said...

Yes they definitely will put him on another flight but not on chain. May be just on hankuff this time. Good one from those Nigerians on board. GOD have mercy on Nigeria. Thanks Linda for sharing. Please let's circulate the video until it get's to our people in government

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