Mobilization is organized around Ibrahima “Diderot”, a migrant high school student threatened with expulsion.

Associations, parents of pupils and high school students gathered on Tuesday to support this young man, threatened with expulsion to Côte d’Ivoire, informs some French media. This excellent student risks not passing his baccalaureate in France. According to justice, he was major when arriving in Vitry-sur-Seine.

Without paper and recognized as major by the Paris court, while Ibrahima claims to be 19 years old. He is under an obligation to leave French territory (OQTF). If his appeal does not succeed, he may be placed in an administrative detention center.

This Tuesday, in front of his high school, signs were hung on the walls as support. A large majority of students, all classes and all streams, responded.

For two hours, at the call of the Education Sans Frontière 94 Network, more than fifty people brave the -2 degrees to support him and sign the petition launched for him to stay in France. Initiated by a student from his high school, it has already collected more than 2,600 signatures.

Ibrahima is unanimous and appears as a model student, according to Le Parisien. Since his arrival in France, the Paris exile association has supported him in his efforts. He took his first steps in a library in the 20th arrondissement of the capital, to take lessons.


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