UK Wants To Deport A Mother Without Her 7 Years Old Son (Read Full Story)

at 12:45 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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A Nigerian man, Ayo Bakre has raised an alarm over the curious illegal detention and absurd adoption of his young son in the United Kingdom.

According to Bakre, the issue started in 2012 when his wife, Shade travelled to London with their son Monisola, who was less than one year old then. Since their departure five years ago, the story has taken bizarre turns in what ended in an unjust, if illegal  'adoption by the UK government' under the pretext that the mother could not take care of the child. Now the UK government is about to deport the mother to Nigeria but without her child.

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.
Knowman at 02:04 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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They dun de target the little kids kidney
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Markeve at 03:02 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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nawaoo oyibo self deir sabi sabi don too much ooh.
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Patrioti at 04:09 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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UK government are yet to account for or return more than 250,000 Biafra children between the age of 6 months old to 10 years old to they took from all the Biafra Refugees Centers during the Civil War with the excuse of saving them from starvation.   
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mjyabah2 at 06:10 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Mr Bakre, I hope u know that UK is not like Nigeria where the people have limited access to public information. If you suspect foul play, u can write the UK govt via the Consulate office. U can also obtain visa and go there by yourself. Since the case against your wife involves a child, UK govt would not hide such information adjudicated by the court. Instead of threatening your wife, make efforts to visit the UK and take custody of your son, because the system would not release him to your wife who must have been found guilty of child abuse or endangerment. But the system would surely release him to u with proper identification and proof of responsible fatherhood.   
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mjyabah2 at 06:12 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Mr Bakre, I hope u know that UK is not like Nigeria where the people have limited access to public information. If you suspect foul play, u can write the UK govt via the Consulate office. U can also obtain visa and go there by yourself. Since the case against your wife involves a child, UK govt would not hide such information adjudicated by the court. Instead of threatening your wife, make efforts to visit the UK and take custody of your son, because the system would not release him to your wife who must have been found guilty of child abuse or endangerment. But the system would surely release him to u with proper identification and proof of responsible fatherhood.  
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maizaxx at 07:22 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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this is my biggest worry with our Government. It should have been addressed then immediately.
those in the department of foreign affairs should start earning there pay.
I feel for you my brother.
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pricklong at 09:29 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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that is the system of uk they will take children away from thier parent  for years without no reason they  are all satan  because  queen of that country is iluminati they should stop taken people child to care and kinder helm with useless excuse telling preople that they should stay in kinder helm give the children to the parent they deport they that is quit understood
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angesco at 10:13 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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The QUESTION is - What TRUTH did the YOUNG BOY tell to SOCIAL SERVICES???
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christiano10 at 10:14 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Quote from: mjyabah2 on 06:10 AM, 13 Aug 17
Mr Bakre, I hope u know that UK is not like Nigeria where the people have limited access to public information. If you suspect foul play, u can write the UK govt via the Consulate office. U can also obtain visa and go there by yourself. Since the case against your wife involves a child, UK govt would not hide such information adjudicated by the court. Instead of threatening your wife, make efforts to visit the UK and take custody of your son, because the system would not release him to your wife who must have been found guilty of child abuse or endangerment. But the system would surely release him to u with proper identification and proof of responsible fatherhood.   
exactly bro, if to say you dey smoke igboo, I for dash you one wrap for this constructive advise.
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Mykie010 at 10:50 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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That is why I don't like Europe anymore,they don't care who's heart they break
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nametalkam at 11:31 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Quote from: christiano10 on 10:14 AM, 13 Aug 17
exactly bro, if to say you dey smoke igboo, I for dash you one wrap for this constructive advise.

Brother, I no mind the wrap. I for like lick that for this side
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tegonwa at 11:35 AM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Wonderful UK Government That Takes Care Of Children That Are Uncared For.Nawaa O!
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gogoman at 02:51 PM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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MMMMMM NA WA OO
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Starnixx at 04:44 PM, 13 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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this kin thing fit happen for here
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paulsmit at 09:45 AM, 14 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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Quote from: mjyabah2 on 06:10 AM, 13 Aug 17
Mr Bakre, I hope u know that UK is not like Nigeria where the people have limited access to public information. If you suspect foul play, u can write the UK govt via the Consulate office. U can also obtain visa and go there by yourself. Since the case against your wife involves a child, UK govt would not hide such information adjudicated by the court. Instead of threatening your wife, make efforts to visit the UK and take custody of your son, because the system would not release him to your wife who must have been found guilty of child abuse or endangerment. But the system would surely release him to u with proper identification and proof of responsible fatherhood.   

You are absolutely right. You had nailed the stone on the head. You have given him all the necessary information the he needed.  UK and United States have very strict laws and take human life very serous, unless Nigeria who do not care a bit for human life. Every information is open, and they have a very freedom of public information. He can easily find out where exactly the child is and just follow the proper procedure and get his child back. He should be glad that his son is alive and they treated him when he was injured.  How much did this man paid for the treatment of this his son.  In Nigeria he will die.

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ruthie at 10:33 AM, 14 Aug 17 (4 months ago)
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come back..no be by force
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