Nigerians Protest Detention of Olaolu Femi, a Nigerian Student facing Life Imprisonment in Ukraine

Nigerians living in Ukraine, and indeed, across the world are protesting the arrest of a Nigerian student for allegedly defending himself against six teenagers who attacked him at the entrance to his apartment block. The student, Olaolu Sunkanmi Femi is currently languishing in jail and may be facing life imprisonment in Ukraine.

African Outlook gathered that he was arrested after defending himself against his assailants with a glass from a broken bottle in front of his apartment block on November 5, last year in Luhanski, Ukraine.

Witnesses at the scene told African Outlook that one of his friends was physically attacked in front of his apartment by four Ukrainian young men and two women who pulled them to the ground while hurling racist slurs on them.

Sunkanmi was said to have managed to get up and defended himself against the assailants with a glass from a broken bottle.

“It was while he was defending himself that police arrived at the scene and the Nigerian was subsequently arrested and charged with attempted murder of five people” a Nigerian embassy staff who has knowledge of the case told African Outlook, adding that the victim thus became an accused in a case which has become a celebrated case in Ukraine.

What is noteworthy about his case is that Olasunkanmi has since been remanded in detention by the Ukrainian police who refused to take the case to court citing unavailability of the police to get an interpreter for him.

Osarumen David-Izevbokun, a Phd student in International Relations and the leader of the Nigerian Students’ Community in Ukraine alongside other Nigerian students have been organizing protests as well as drawing the attentions of the human right groups in Ukraine to the plight of Olasunkanmi who has spent almost seven months in jail without trial.

According to a source, the female Lawyer handling Olasukanmi’s case, Ludmila Havrysh was reported to have told protesters that her client has not been able to read the file material since it is all written in Ukrainian or Russian which he doesn’t understand and that was why her client had remained in jail.

“We heard she wanted to be paid $10,000 when she had not even been able to secure bail for her client who has been in detention for more than six months” the source told African Outlook.

When asked if the embassy has been able to secure the service of an attorney for the Nigerian student, a Nigerian Embassy staff who spoke anonymously told African Outlook: “It is not within our mandate to pay for attorney’s fees for any Nigerian in distress, you may check this out with other Nigerian embassies abroad, but we have been working with the Nigerian community leaders here to ensure that we do everything within our means to help Olasunkanmi in time of his need.”

In a related development, African Outlook gathered that two Nigeian students are lying critically ill in Ukranian hospitals following attacks on them. One of them, is a 28-year-old Nigerian student of Kharkiv National Radio Electronic University while the second is a 19-year-old Nigerian student from the Poltava Agrarian Academy.

They sustained knife injuries inflicted on them by yet to be identified persons.

To raise support for Olasukanmi, a Facebook Page: Let’s Support Olaolu Femi has been opened.

It is hoped that Olasukanmi’s case would be treated fairly and he would find the necessary help from the Nigerian Embassy soon.

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Photo Credit: African Outlook | Facebook Page

53 Comments on Nigerians Protest Detention of Olaolu Femi, a Nigerian Student facing Life Imprisonment in Ukraine
  • Chattyzee August 20, 2012 at 3:42 pm

    I always thought Nigerian police were the worst, well I guess I was wrong. I mean, how can 1 man attempt to “murder” 5 people? It just does not make sense at all. Ridiculous! And that attorney needs to be fired with immediate effect. What is she doing?
    He’s been in Jail since November 2011? She could not even secure his bail? and she wants to be paid $10,000?? Are there no diligent Nigerian lawyers in Ukraine who will be willing to take up this case?
    Lord have mercy, my prayers are with Sunkanmi.
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    • royalangels August 21, 2012 at 12:02 am

      What a country……dis is totally absurd..of all place †☺ find quality educatn is ukraine.let me leave dat issue.4 christ sake, ₪☺ justice 4 G̲̅φφδ 7months.my heart goes out †☺ him A̶̲̥̅̊Ω̴̩̩̩̥D̶̲̥̅̊ may our merciful GOD fight on his behalf,A̶̲̥̅̊Ω̴̩̩̩̥D̶̲̥̅̊ may he get his sanity after dis ordeal AMEN..

  • African August 20, 2012 at 3:51 pm

    Oh dear! I hope he comes out of this unscathed. The Ukranians are not the most black-friendly people I know. Of the five times I have been there (for work) four times they have randomly stopped me in the airport requesting to view my passport 9random senior officers), pretty much rubbed their hands together in glee whilst I have been on the queue to clear customs, made me wait with patrol dogs and soldiers for half an hour on entry, openly stared at me (with distaste) etc. The last time was different though, they were a lot more civil but that was during the UEFA cup when they was a high-profile accusation of racism…

    I really hope he gets out unscathed.

  • cathy August 20, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    Honestly we have have disturbed people walking the face of the earth

  • samson August 20, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    Yes, they have to because he is innocent, we say no to racism.

  • Kify August 20, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    Am appalled by this, what’s the world turning into, in which court can a prosecutor rely such nonsense, accusing him of attempted murder is just ridiculous, and for 5 people?…..this is racism at its highest order. I pray he gets out soon and puts this behind him, God bless the protesters and organizations running around on his behalf.

  • omoge August 20, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    Absolutely ridiculous! One man attempting to murder 5 people with a piece of glass from a broken bottle?? *shrugs*.

  • Bisi August 20, 2012 at 5:05 pm

    I hope he finds the help he needs soon. It’s funny that they can’t find an interpreter for him. Seriously, can no one speak both English and the Ukranian language???

    • Bisola August 20, 2012 at 6:44 pm

      I was thinking the same thing. They just decided to make good use of an opportunity to torture a ‘black person’.Ukrainians are hardcore racists.

    • tao July 24, 2013 at 2:17 pm

      he should be able to speak if he has been there for around a year most nigerians in ukraine speak ukrainian. the problem is the he has been arrested in a city far away from the CAPITAL city. if he was in the capital city kiev non of this would have happened. all nigerians in kiev are living perfectly well maybe not all but MOST of them. they are treated fairly using the busses and no one stares at them but that is in KIEV not in other cities.sometimes even the DJs in the clubs are black and in some restaurants in center they employ black people so his sitituation was bad just because he was in an undeveloped city in ukraine…

  • Abu bakr August 20, 2012 at 5:29 pm

    Language barrier is always a problem,It about time we learn the languages of our counterparts. He deserves a fair trial.the accusation is no doubt absurd and distorted.

  • purplepearl August 20, 2012 at 6:05 pm

    This is sickening, Wat is the Nigerian embassy doing over there???? Sad people

  • lol August 20, 2012 at 6:33 pm

    you guys should go on Facebook and support him dat wat he needs!! y una go to ukraine too

  • Micheal August 20, 2012 at 6:44 pm

    If Olaolu were American, I promise you they wouldnt treat him that way, not all… Its high time Nigeria showed some military might and let some of these countries know we are not all that weak. SPEND SOME GOOD MONEY TO BUY WAR PLANES AND FIGHTER JETS INSTEAD OF LOOTING AND WASTING BILLIONS ….OTHER COUNTRIES WILL RESPECT US AND EVEN BOKO HARAM WILL HEAR WORD…

    • blackCaesar August 22, 2012 at 6:58 pm

      i have every intention of changing that…too long have we been treated like inferiors while we are physically and mentally more buoyant than they are.

  • Micheal August 20, 2012 at 6:53 pm

    Peace and tranquility is better and worth more but a nation has to be fortified. Nations respect America alot because of her might, wealth, effective goverment and absolute respect for its citizen. Even if Nigeria is not that powerful, at least our leaders should speak up and warn nations who persecute Nigerians unneccessarily of dire consequences.. Our leaders keep mute while Nigerians are being persecuted all over the world. How then can u say u are proudly Nigerian!

  • olagunju adewale August 20, 2012 at 7:18 pm

    Absolutely ridiculous,as in,like they say there is no place like home….one is not always havin peace in another man’s country even other african countries…we av 2 support him….am sharin dis on. Twitter…pls save him….NAIJA 4 LIFE @OGkryptic on twitter

  • Akanni Oladayo August 20, 2012 at 7:30 pm

    May God help him out soon

  • iLife August 20, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Well I think the handwriting is on the wall, the Ukranians don’t want these Nigerians there. Surely, there is another country who are more welcoming of international students. The best solution is for those jokers who call themeselves our leaders fix our schools urgently.

  • Stephen timson August 20, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Nigerian govt is to be blamed for all these cos if our educational system is stable who would want to go to ukraine for studies…..its sucks,fuck d ukranians!

    • RENEGADE December 19, 2012 at 6:01 am

      You are very right. Nigerians in tha country should go and protest at the Nigerian embassy because their PRIMARY DUTY is to protect their citizens.If they cannot do that,the embassy should not exist. What are Nigerians doing in Ukraine anyway.?The 7th OIL producing country in the world! and yet the people suffer and their politicians are having a good time.Until Nigerians open their eyes and know that their own government is their REAL enemy no other country will respect them

  • konnie August 20, 2012 at 7:36 pm

    I pray he gets the help he needs. My people, stop going to these strange countries. Their people are escaping the craziness there and we are going there? the logic fails me.

    We will pray for him that he finds justifce

    • gbeborun August 21, 2012 at 12:58 am

      Ukraine is NOT even on my holiday destination as a black person, you would probably be safer in in Iraq, those skinheads and racist groups in eastern europe are horrible

  • ola August 20, 2012 at 7:51 pm

    One word RACISM!!! Eastern Europeans are racists and very aggressive people. I live in the UK and I have seen how they are here, cant imagine living in their midst.

  • PJ August 20, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    This seems to be purely racial. We need to raise prayers for this boy. May God almighty please have mercy.

  • Naija Current News August 20, 2012 at 8:01 pm

    I think it fit’s these guy coz this foreign think we Africans are monkey and can be intimidated with out anybody doing anything to them

  • signature August 20, 2012 at 8:03 pm

    May Justice be done in the name of the Almighty Creator, who sees, hears and knows all, Ameen.

  • tbn August 20, 2012 at 8:23 pm

    Two questions come to my mind after reading this: where wont NIgerians go to find this elusive golden fleece, common! Ukraine??? with their language and alphabets not in any way resembling the english language/alphabet we know and are used to. how did he or any Nigerian for that matter hope to have a good quality life there? And with the language barrier and racism in those parts, i wonder why they chose to go to that country. Don’t let me start about the cold weather. That being said, those Ukrainian police are crazy, how is it even possible that one man could attempt to murder 5 people with a piece of glass and not a gun? It doesn’t make any sense. My heart goes to him and i hope he finds the justice he deserves and comes home after this ordeal.

  • sealed lips August 20, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    How in Heavens name will one mane attempt to kill 5people at the same time? Does the guy not speak english? How hard can it be for a nigerian to translate the documents to English……

  • Jay August 20, 2012 at 9:12 pm

    They r racists,wat do u expect.nigeria shld do smtin pls,we can’t watch this young lad suffer

  • ij August 20, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    ehen!! olu ona omume onye agbana oso , just yesterday here they swore in the so called ambassadors, where in the world is our representative to Ukraine for goodness sake eh?
    These are the issues!! no support what so ever for this young man and there is a consulate with staff busy collecting salary and for 7mths no one has been able to translate simple legal documents at least to progress this case . WORDS FAIL ME

  • Nadi August 20, 2012 at 11:48 pm

    I’m not suprised @ all. I have heard it severally from folks studying in Ukraine that Ukraine is one of the “Most corrupt nations in the world”, if not the most coupled with extreme cases of racism. In 2010, I got an addmission to study MSc. In Information Systems, after passing all the required tests, I couldn’t get an interview done cos, a 19year old Ukranian consular to Nigeria will not grant an interview if you don’t bribe her with N50,000. The bribe was often collected by her Nigerian boyfriend, who will eventually give u an interview date , after the bribe must have gotten to the appropriate pockets. Ukranians even exploit Nigerians on the Nigerian soil, I expect them to do worse things to us on the Ukranian soil. I pray Sunkanmi get out of this sooner than we expect.

  • Najeem August 20, 2012 at 11:54 pm

    They don’t believe he’s innocent,and we don’t believe he’s guilty,that’s why there’s a court.He should be given a trial and not with just any lawyer because they could give him someone who is not credible so he would loose the case…FREE SUNKANMI

  • hansel praise August 21, 2012 at 12:39 am

    pray he gets the help he needs

  • gbeborun August 21, 2012 at 12:54 am

    Some parts of Ukraine can be very racist, to be honest i don’t know why anyone would want to study there in the first place, i just hope that Nigerian embassy would stand by this young man, Nigeria won’t keep a Ukraine citizen in jail for 7 months without trial, so why should we allow same? the whole thing just makes my heart bleed, well done to all those who have protesting.

  • baffled August 21, 2012 at 12:59 am

    This may not go down well with some people, but I think I need to type this. Please help me ask him, and other Nigerians in Ukraine, what they are looking for there o. On top of an education that isn’t reognised beyond Ukraine. Honestly Nigerians i tire for them. My parents would rather you go to Babcock, than risk your life in a frigging cold, unfriendly to black people environment. On top we want to school abroad yi na. Yes Nigerians are all over the world, but some countries are not yet mature enough, to handle the onslaught of black pple. You know hw nigerians are, we do follow follow, like it is a communicable disease. Once we face a place like this, we’ll be going there in droves, u would think they are giving away money at the airport desk. Yes racists r everywhere, but in societies that have matured and grown with immigrants, the society, policies and laws have evolved to not tolerate racial injustice. So he being in jail for 7mths without trial, will not happen in such countries.

  • gbeborun August 21, 2012 at 1:05 am

    Just to add i don’t see why they should be paying a lawyer that much if she can’t even secure bail, his people there need to contact groups like Amnesty international, keep writing to whoever cares to listen and give this case lots of publicity all over the world, if Ukrainian government know it’s all out there they will be more mindful of how they handle to case racist pigs, sorry am really pissed off about the whole thing :-(

  • CLP August 21, 2012 at 1:18 am

    …and to think that Nigerians go ahead, spending their hard, earned cash, investing in ‘em countries in other to receive their worthless education!

  • baffled August 21, 2012 at 1:19 am

    Nigerians went there in our thousands, and Ukrainians as a people have not developed enough to accommodate us, so what did we expect. I just pity the poor boy, him and his parents got taken over by the windfall of school is cheap in Ukraine, next thing he is on a plane. I hear of the hundreds of thousands in funny funny countries. Pardon my language, and please i’m not being elitist here. Safety and common sense first is my point here. Who knows what he’ll be facing in their jail there. If the police can arrest him like that, in jail, they can do and undo. His parents must be going through hell. I hope this will be a lesson for other families. I see dozens of adverts everyday, with all these so called agents, school in Ukraine, and some other countries like this. I keep shaking my head. Nigerians and gullibility. Once something has a tag of “abroad” we throw away all sense of reasoning and caution, and we jump at it like white girls on an NBA player. If you tell them no o, it will turn to, because your children are abroad, you don’t want ours too, to succeed, na only your family den do abroad for. I have seen 16, 17 year olds heading for Ukraine, and I wonder. When Malaysia is no longer making them money, focus has shifted somewhere else. A friend of mine came back last year, with his malaysian “degree”, and he wasn’t allowed to do NYSC sef. NYSC said they have never heard of his school before. He can’t work in Malaysia, he can’t work here. That is 4years of his life he will never get back. He is soooo depressed now, his parents are afraid of him being suicidal. Last I checked, they are hoping a school in the UK will accept his first degree so he can enrol for at least a PGDip, and have something that will make him employable. PGDip o, so you can imagine the worth of his so called degree. He is not eligible to enrol for masters directly, so it will take him 2years to get an MSc, and I don’t think they can afford 2years. So all the 4 years of time, energy, money and effort, down the drain, just like that. The agent you paid money to, has collected the money, and smiled home to the bank. How these people sleep at night, I don’t know. Knowing some people’s children will be off to no man’s land, while he will take the money earned and put his own kids in schools in the UK, US or Canada. Some wise ass agent, must have thought up this idea of Ukraine, approached the schools there, and packaged it well for the sheep to follow. The schools of course, must have seen a chance for them to make quick money from Nigerians, and before you know it, thousands are heading there. In fact, if you see the criteria for admission to these “universities”, u will be shocked. A lot of these agents have never even been to Ukraine before, they just sweet talk, the poor unsuspecting people with dreams of abroad. Nigerians, we will sell our own people to make money. Hey, our fore fathers did it hundreds of years ago na, abi where did slavery come from. Who sold off our fore fathers to the white man. The same thing is happening again, this time around, under the guise of education forgetting that such schools do not exist in isolation. What about the Ukranian people, were they prepared for the sudden en mass exodus of black people. No. Especially us as Nigerians, not just Nigerians, but black people in general. Sorry to say o, we go to a place in droves, and we make the place worse than we met it. So of course, the people are revolting. A racist is not born, he/she is made, or rather influenced by the environment.

  • baffled August 21, 2012 at 1:26 am

    I hope this will serve as a note of warning to other families. Better for your child, your pride and joy, your most prized gift, to be safe and sound, under your nose (yes, no where is safe really, but what r the chances, sm1 will arrest your baby for attempted murder of 5people – when he is not Mr Fantastic), than send him/her off to Lord knows where, especially a place that your hand cannot reach if he is ever in trouble. 7months ehn, 7months, no one can ever imagine what his mother is going through. I won’t wish it on my enemy. If you can’t afford the fees for developed societies, save for it. Let them do 1st degree in nigeria. You have 4years to plan and save for a masters. It is not by force o. I was in Hungary, a few months ago on holiday, and came across Nigerian students there, at their med school. Speaking with them, they were just complaining. They didn’t feel safe, the attitude of the people. They have to go out in groups, to be safe. When you are not in a concentration camp, and that is Hungary, a country in Europe, in the EU. Not to talk of Ukraine. Loun, loun. You left the security of your country to chase a golden fleece. Is that worth your life. I was a tourist, and I wasn’t even treated that nice. As far as the people were concerned, I am one of those Nigerians. Phew. I’ve typed too much. I am just soooooo mad at the system, and the sequence of events, that got the likes of Sukanmi to Ukraine. My brother, I wish you well o. I hope this gets resolved soon. Bella Naijarians, please, lets help garner media momentum. 27 comments on this story is not enough o. If it was a fashion post, juicy gossip, one of the endless posts about relationships, or one celebrity that has no meaning or effect in our lives, the comments will be over 100+. This could be your family friend, cousin or sibling one day. Lets support with technology, in our own way. We don’t know who will hear this, and pass it on to someone who may be influential, even if it is to pay his legal fees or something, and also send him and his family good thoughts. Signing out.

    • purplepearl August 21, 2012 at 6:33 am

      Lord help us, to think i read all of your comments…..You made sense though…whew

  • Na wa! August 21, 2012 at 4:36 am

    I will keep this young man in my prayers. But honestly, we Nigerians need to be careful where we go. I read his story on another site and my first thought was, what the heck are Nigerians doing in Ukraine of all places? We Nigerians think that the way many Nigerians back in Nigeria worship oyibo or anyone who does not have brown skin is the way we will get treated in other parts of the world? Wrong!

    Many young Nigerian adults now have access to the internet thanks to blackberry. I highly suggest that before we Nigerians start applying for visa for other countries, that we do our own research about the country we are intending on going to and the mindsets of the locals there. And this should be the case irrespective of whether we are going to an African country or a non African country. Racism, tribalism and ethnocentrism is alive and kicking all around the world but some places are far worse than others.

    Like someone else already mentioned, Nigerians have this herd mentality. One person does something and everyone else follows suit like sheeps heading to the slaughter house. It should not have to be that way. Young Nigerian adults, use your blackberry and surf the internet and do some research. Google search engine is your friend. You can also go to an internet cafe so that you can look at a bigger screen monitor and thoroughly research the country you are intending to go to.

    This should be your first step before you even dream of applying for university admission and then visa. The world is not a safe place and there are alot of people out there who act worse than animals when they see people of other racial groups who look different from them. It is not a must to study in the white man’s country. Please have some dignity and respect for yourself because I am tired of reading this kind of stories. When one tries to warn Nigerians of the dangers abroad, many won’t listen and will see you as an enemy of progress. Abeg, I just tire. Lastly, stay away from eastern european countries, asian countries, arab countries, in fact, countries that are hostile towards black Africans.

  • Percy Masuku August 21, 2012 at 11:02 am

    These backward and barbaric societies that do not appreciate the cultural, racial and ethnic intermix of people should be named and shamed. It is not acceptable that in this day and age there are people who are treated this way by the very people who are supposed to be their hosts (nationals of the Ukranian community), much less the state instruments! This is very sad and seriously deserves the scorn of modern day citizens globally!

  • Brown August 21, 2012 at 11:04 am

    I hope all intending future students will learn from it, that the fact that Ukraine is cheap doesnt make it safe.UK, US, or Canada is better than some of these Eastern European nations. If you insist on going be ready to bare with the cold weather, language barrier and unfriendly people.

  • Lulu August 21, 2012 at 9:53 pm

    The Nigerian Government is to blmae…With Nigeria’s reputation on d floor, why would any country respect a Nigerian Citizen??

  • faith August 21, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    I also blame d Nigerian govt!

  • pinket omono August 22, 2012 at 2:53 am

    Olaolu Sunkanmi Femi is it well with you ,,the Nigeria Government can do better na this ,,,,,, we Nigerians need to be careful where we go. what is a Nigerians doing in Ukraine of all places? GOD pls help this young man ,,,,,,

  • Rex August 23, 2012 at 8:16 am

    I’m very upset when I see that some of our comments are so weird and I begin to wonder if we are heading back to the Stone Age.
    It is really a shame that simple cases like these, we as a nation cannot handle, and we let it got so far with an innocent student.
    Racists are racists, it does not matter the color of skin, so stop insulting others, white or black, with general statements which will not do any help to resolve this young man’s plight.
    Nigerians have been studying in the Ukraine and the Soviet Union, even before Nigeria got independence from the United Kingdom in 1960.
    Secondly there are many Ukrainian citizens and companies residing and working in Nigeria, but these aside; the Ukraine is a member of the United Nations and has diplomatic relations with Nigeria and all African states, so as far as, any Nigerian or African has his or her visas, resident’s permit or other legal documents, he or she can visit, school or work there and has the right to be protected by the host country.
    Furthermore, I think it is time for the Nigerian Embassy to issue a serious note verbal to the Ukrainian foreign ministry on the conduct of the police department in Lugansk, for depriving the Nigerian Student his right to self defense, as well as letting his attackers go unpunished.
    On our individual or collective strength, If we really want to make this world a better place, the principles of be your brother’s keepers must not be allowed to fade away; there are people and human right watch groups all over Europe, who can also take this matter up against the Ukrainian police, so please anyone belonging to these groups, I call on you to up this case, join hands together and help this guy out.
    Finally, it is high time, legal practitioners/ International lawyers on human rights, interpreters on Eastern European languages, as well as journalists trained in Eastern Europe to create a forum where others can join to make impacts on the rights of Africans living in Eastern Europe, just like their western counterparts do.
    What is the worth of your education, if you cannot use it to impact development in the society you live?
    The Federal government has declared several times, her commitments to citizenry diplomacy, so all available resources must be applied to resolve this case.
    It is time to make your contributions, morally, financially or otherwise, so there is no excuse for the Nigerian Embassy in Kiev to sit back and watch this guy rotten in jail instead of pursuing his studies.

  • allen August 23, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    Instead of shouting at the Ukrainian police who are simply looking out for THEIR OWN PEOPLE, we should be asking why the Nigerian embassy in Ukraine is BLATANTLY TELLING YOU THAT THE NIGERIAN SERVICE CHARGED WITH LOOKING OUT FOR RIGHTS OF NIGERIANS OVERSEAS is not going to do ANYTHING for a Nigerian imprisoned without a court case being started for 6 months! Can u imagine any European embassy in Nigeria allowing the same to happen to their nationals??? why do we pay for a diplomatic corps, when their job apparently isnt the welfare of nigerians abroad?

  • Malcom X August 26, 2012 at 1:55 pm

    At a time no time freedom for all black men i am right now anon which you dont need my identity i say to all you my black brothers and sisters because of this incase i will take revenge this october i will be in Ukraine life of this so cold red necks will lost i want you all to remember this post when you start seeing this on magazines and new papers a serial killer at a time no time na who price go pay i malcom x no dey shake to kill oppressors na my hobby

  • abuabuy March 16, 2013 at 10:01 pm

    why go to ukraine??

  • sdggdf April 17, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    hahaha, owned

  • kofo May 6, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    PLS,, 1st i need to know if this guy was latter release or still in prison,,
    If the guy still imprison,, no need to plead them,, pls tell us and we organise boko haram to finnish the embassy n Nigerian with them pple,, i be housa boy ,, no time

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