Tag Archives: Nigeria

2nd Christmas without children but behind bars!?

Remember: in April 2010 the first five children were taken – without reason, justification or paperwork – just with pure force and the violence of eight police officers and social workers in June 2010, the sixth baby was taken with … Continue reading

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The Musa Parents in prison “on remand” until next court hearing on 7th December

From an eye witness and remarkable supporter: This afternoon I attended a 2 ½ hour hearing in Haringey Magistrates Court, Highgate during which charges against the Musas were read by the representative of the Crown Prosecution Service, sitting just in front of … Continue reading

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Musas arrested in London, all Family Members Now in Custody

Here’s the latest Salem-News article. “Custody” is for the children who are known to be unhappy without their parents, what Haringey calls “foster care”. For the parents, it meant a night of interrogation in a police cell in Saville Row, … Continue reading

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Why, oh why? Questions to the CEO of Haringey Council

Why do you continue sanctioning the Council’s case against the Musas, while social workers, managers and even solicitors have been changing from one false allegation to another? Are you aware that, among experts of child snatching cases, Haringey Council is … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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13th article by Christopher Booker in The Telegraph

Lord Justice Wall takes on an alarming child-snatching case This seems to be a classic instance of the way social workers make a crashing initial mistake, then add ever more questionable allegations to defend their blunder. His eighth article appeared … Continue reading

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I am ashamed that my country can treat a family of Nigerian citizens so cruelly, so unjustly and so dishonestly

Praised be the search engines of the internet thanks to which I just found this letter published on October 16, 2011 even though I had seen a copy already in August. The title is an extract of Christopher Booker’s letter … Continue reading

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Money, paedophilia, satanic abuse or any combination of the three

How many child snatching cases have I come across? Let me count what they have in common: local councils are playing “shady shadow court“ local councils threaten with prison and seizing your assets by issuing “injunction” or “gagging orders” [I … Continue reading

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Victims are being Criminalised: arrests have Moved from London to Africa

Unless you realise that the UK has become the police state that WWII soldiers such as Norman Scarth tried to avoid, you wouldn’t believe that protesters in Nigeria are being arrested by orders of the British Embassy… The real problem … Continue reading

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The Musa Drama published all over Africa Appealing to the Nigerian Government

Sharp Edge News publish: Group Urges Federal Government’s Intervention Alleged Abduction of Children of UK-Based Nigeria Couple – about the efforts of the Society for Rule of Law in Nigeria (SRLN) – just what Victims Unite is about: compliance with the Rule … Continue reading

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