Monday, 14 August 2017

UK Wants To Deport A Mother Without Her 7 Years Old Son

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A Nigerian man, Ayo Bakre has raised an alert over the inquisitive unlawful confinement and ludicrous appropriation of his young child in the United Kingdom. 


As indicated by Bakre, the issue began in 2012 when his significant other, Shade flew out to London with their child Monisola, who was short of what one year old at that point. Since their takeoff five years back, the story has taken odd turns in what finished in a treacherous, if illicit 'reception by the UK government' under the guise that the mother couldn't deal with the kid. Presently the UK government is going to oust the mother to Nigeria however without her kid.

Ayo Bakre who has two other children with Shade (Moyosore and Morolayo), told Osun Defender that  "Sade had travelled to London on holiday in 2012 with Monisola who was less than 12 months then. While in London, Monisola got injured and was taken to an hospital for treatment but the social workers claimed the degree of the injury is non-accidental. Because of this, the mother was charged to court for attempted murder, child trafficking, etc. but she was subsequently cleared of this by the court in Bromley.


"However, the judge says she cannot release the boy to her on the ground that in the opinion of the court, she cannot take care of the boy. After a long legal battle, our son was adopted by a court decision. 

"As a father, this does not go down well with me and I have told the mother not to make any attempt to return to Nigeria without bringing my child. I don't understand this decision in anyway. We have never declared to court in any manner that we cannot take care of our son. I am saying it loud and clear regardless of the consequences that my son Monisola must be brought back home. The mother dares not come back home without bringing Monisola.

" I have appealed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a letter dated 17th of August, 2015 to help me in this unfortunate situation I found myself but I am yet to get any response. His siblings at home keep disturbing me almost on a daily basis that they want to see their brother but each time they say they want to talk to their brother, confusion always sets in."

The case leaves many questions unanswered as Shade's family has threatened to report Ade to the police for insisting that the mother must return only with Monisola, his son. This has raised  the question of whether the boy was actually adopted or if any shady dealings are playing out

"I don't care if my wife's family reports to police because they threatened to do so when I told them their daughter dares not return home, if my son is not released. I am not about the story in UK; all I want is Monisola must be brought back or else the consequence for Shade might be too severe", Bakre said.

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