Message from Nigerian Government to British Government

This latest article in an African paper about the Musa drama is entitled UK Police seize day old Nigerian baby, five siblings.

This violent attack took place on 12th June in 2010. But the mother has been in pain ever since and is still limping from the manhandling by nine police officers.

And yet, it was only one of many events of criminalisation, harassment and bullying by police, social workers and lawyers – while the couple is COMPLETELY INNOCENT.

Hence the article ends with the right message:

The House urged the Nigerian government to persuade the British government to try the Musas in a court of competent jurisdiction if need be, and ensure that justice is done.

It also called on the British government to ensure that the Musas are re-united with their kids until evidence shows any wrong doing on the part of the couple.

Why does Haringey deliver punishments without crime?

Here’s a legal summary regarding the jurisdiction that Haringey have been ignoring, including consular visits!

What are they hiding? Whistleblowers have rumoured that the eldest daughter is dead, since she has not been seen since August 2010!

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2 Responses to Message from Nigerian Government to British Government

  1. Anonymous says:

    I pastor Samuel Macdallys brother of Musa based in Nigeria asking the president of Federal Republic of Nigeria for the removal of Ambassador Dalhatu from UK.He has not played his role as a true representative of Nigeria. I believe he can not keep quiet if it is his family being kidnapped and one is killed. Five children hanging somewhere not sure of the health of these children. He is feeling good about it. If UK government bribe you, God will surely fight for us. You are sent there to represent and to defend Nigeria, yet you give dull ears over your citizen being maltreated, humiliated without any evidence of criminality. You shall also be judged by Almighty God.
    In distress fellow Nigerian
    Pastor Samuel Macdallys

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