Tuesday, 17 January 2012

20 Years of Dishonesty from Nigerian Fraudster

Another snippet of wonderful enrichment and a snapshot of Britains let anyone stay society, this time the case of Nigerian Odunayo Obafemi.

He was refused asylum in 2000.

He was again refused permission to stay in 2004.

In 2010 he was finally granted permission to stay - despite the fact that he had managed to notch up 15 convictions for dishonesty during his time here.

Now, he's starting a 16 month jail sentence after it was discovered he has used a fake driving licence in the name of 'Prince Boladale' for over 20 years.

Convicted at Snaresbrook Crown Court of fraud, perverting the course of justice, and possessing a fake driving licence, Judge John Lafferty said that he imagined the public would look askance at the decision to allow Obafemi to remain in the UK.

Obafemi said in a letter that he had let down his family and his church.

The rest of Britain, picking up all the costs for a foreign criminal who was allowed to remain in our country for decades, may well feel more let down by the whole wretched system than they do sympathy for Obafemi.

How truly enriched we are. Blessed with thousands of Obafemi's, a foreign crimewave, and an officialdom which seems determined to let as many of them stay here as possible.

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