Save Lord Apetsi protest held at the Home Office in London.

Chris Stephens MP for Glasgow South West (SNP) - Students from various Scottish universities, including the University of Strathclyde were joined by the SNP's Patrick Grady MP and Christopher Stephens MP calling for the release of Strathclyde student Elias Apetsi, AKA Lord Apetsi. Postgrad, Apetsi was elected as the new NUS Scotland Asylum Seeker and Refugee Officer in absentia due to being detained on Saturday 19th March. The Ghanaian national now faces deportation. at The Home Office, Marsham Street - London, United Kingdom - Monday 21st March 2016 (3 Pictures)


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