Cameroon asylum row man 'told to prove he is gay'

Cameroon asylum row man 'told to prove he is gay'

A charity volunteer claims he faces deportation because he has not done enough to prove he is gay.
Valerie Ediage arrived in the UK six years ago and said his life would be at risk if he returned to Cameroon.
Homosexuals in the country can be jailed for up to five years.
The Home Office has declined to comment specifically on his case but said asylum applicants need to show they face persecution, inhumane or degrading treatment to qualify for protection.
Mr Ediage - who lives in West Bromwich and volunteers at a support group for gay people in Coventry - said he "lived in fear"... read more

29 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 39
Source: BBC

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