November 18, 2009, - 5:34 pm
I’ve written many pieces on the increased frequency and tolerance of incest and child molestation within Islamic families. But in this case, it’s not about real incest, just faked marriage to stay in the country–perpetrated by Nigerians who are apparently Muslims (based on their first names). Anyone else would be embarrassed to marry their daughter, even if the relationship is a fake. But leave it to certain illegal aliens to do anything to get what they want, including a fake wedding of father and daughter. This is the mother (or is that, father-daughter?) of Nigerian scams.
Daddy Dearest: Brit Immigration Official Married Daughter to Get Her UK Visa
Oh, and by the way, the scammer works for the British government–for their IMMIGRATION authority(!)–the British “Home Office,” which has been aware of the scam for two years and did nothing about it. That’s no surprise to DebbieSchlussel.com readers since I recently posted news about British Attorney General Patricia Scotland and how she, herself, knowingly employed an illegal alien assistant. And the UK wonders why it is sinking.
A Nigerian Home Office worker ‘married’ his own daughter to get her a British visa. . . .
The extraordinary scam was apparently executed by Jelili Adesanya while [British government] ministers turned a blind eye.
Mr Adesanya, 54, has lived here for more than 30 years and holds a British passport, but wanted his daughter, her husband and their four sons to join him from Nigeria.
He faked a wedding ceremony complete with a photograph of the happy ‘couple’ which helped fool immigration officials that his daughter, Karimotu Adenike, was really his wife.
Miss Adenike, who is in her mid-30s, was duly granted permission to live in the UK.
The pair are waiting for her to be granted a permanent right to remain before they undergo a quiet divorce and attempt to bring the rest of her family here.
It is expected she would try to remarry her real husband to get them all visas.
But despite being tipped off two years ago, the Home Office seems to have done nothing to stop the scam by one of their own workers.
Until recently, Mr Adesanya was employed as an occupational health nurse for the Home Office, working with immigration officials at Gatwick airport.
A whistleblower sent letters to the High Commission in Lagos and the UK Border Agency including specific details such as names, addresses, passport numbers and even a copy of the wedding photograph.
When there was no response, he sent emails to then Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and ministers Vernon Coaker and Phil Woolas on February 1 this year. He heard nothing. . . .
Although her settlement visa expired last month, she [Miss Adenike] is hoping to be given the right to remain. . . . His daughter had confirmed the arrangement when she told a friend she would shortly apply for her own British passport and ‘divorce daddy’.
Last night Jonathan Sedgwick, from the UK Border Agency, said: ‘These individuals are already under investigation, and I want to make it clear that abuse of our immigration laws will not be tolerated.
Yeah, sure. There is no “death” of the West. There’s only the suicide of it.
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