cbc notes: The agency said an altercation ensued on the aircraft before takeoff, according to Rabble. Then, Alo went into medical distress and later died in hospital. Global News reports, On August 7, two Canada Border Services Agency officers attempted to deport Bolanle Alo from Canada. Alo had lived in Canada for twelve years, was married, had two adults sons, worked as a taxi driver and had no criminal record. It is not known what exactly happened during the altercation on the KLM flight. CBC notes, Alo told Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada officials at a detention hearing in July that one of his brothers had been killed in Nigeria and that he still had bullets in his body from his time in the country. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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