UK Unable to Deport $1.6 Mil Cocaine Kingpin Because He is the “Best Dad”

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Cocaine kingpins beware. If you’re going to deal in millions of dollars worth of drugs, better take your kid to an amusement park first. Kids, like British judges, are surprisingly easy to impress.

A convicted drug kingpin cannot be deported after immigration officials ruled he is a good father who once took his family to a Peppa Pig theme park.

Princewill Oluoha, 37, from Nigeria, was sentenced to seven years for an attempted plot to smuggle £1m of cocaine to Britain in 2010.

Although the Home Office are desperately trying to deport him, he has been allowed to remain in the UK because he claims he plays a key role in the life of his British daughter.

Oluoha, who came to Britain in 2007, has two children and has been pictured enjoying himself with his family at Peppa Pig World, an amusement park in the New Forest based on the children’s cartoon.

At hearing in April last year, a Home Office bid to return Oluoha to Nigeria failed after a judge heard evidence from his partner about how he helps bring up his daughter.

Oluoha, who is thought to be on licence and immigration bail, told The Sun: “I want to concentrate on being the best dad.”

It comes months after a violent foreign criminal who held a knife to the throat of a victim overturned a government attempt to deport him due to his “right to family life”.

Lee Corbin, 50, has been allowed to stay in Britain because of what a court described as his “amazing” relationship with seven children he has fathered by three different women.

Corbin has 75 criminal convictions to his name and has been handed jail sentences totalling more than 16 years since he came to this country in 1978.

But you don’t have to be the best dad to be allowed to stay in the UK. The UK is fairly lenient on that score. You can even stab your daughter.

A Bangladeshi immigrant who stabbed her baby with a kitchen knife has won the right to stay in Britain so that she can have contact with the child.

The Nigerian cocaine kingpin could have skipped the amusement park. He could have even stabbed her. British judges are lenient that way.

This isn’t an alien issue in the United States either. The drumbeat of amnesty is based around not separating parents from children. Essentially the right to a family life.

  • john spielman

    toatl insanity, if the judges are this morally bankrupt and refuse to enforce the nations laws, the nation will be destroyed from within

    • Akusia

      Oh, I think our main political parties have been hastening the rot for at least 30 years..

  • Veracious_one

    it’s simply amazing just who the British allow to stay and just who they forbid to enter….

    • A Z

      Michale Savage might rile someone up and cause a riot.

      Might.

      The people who might riot are always looking for an excuse so they will sooner or later. But best ignore it if you are a British governing class.

      In the meantime a drug kingpin can create addicts or enable addicts he did not make to get worse and die.

      But those deaths occur in penny packs so it is okay. it is easier to sweep under the rug.

  • kilfincelt

    Pure insanity! Anyone making these kind of decisions is not just morally bankrupt but has lost touch with reality. These judges need to be locked up in insane asylums.

    • laura r

      dont you think its done on purpose? the US is not far behind.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    “A Bangladeshi immigrant who stabbed her baby with a kitchen knife has won the right to stay in Britain so that she can have contact with the child.”

    That says it all.

  • objectivefactsmatter

    Criminals only have one right; due process.

  • http://ironburka.blogspot.com/ Mullah Lodabullah

    Those Nigerian scams are still sucking them in.

  • muslimmustgo

    So happy that we defeated the british tyranny!! Just think,America could be half muslim by now if we subscribed to the british mindset!

  • kiki

    My husband was sentence to 3 years for a crime he had indefinite leave to remain we have two children and have been married for 9 years I am british, he was served with deportation because public right weigh over family life article 8, my husband is reformed he studied in prison in the hopes of coming out and providing a better life fir us, it has been the hardest time in our life, I don’t understand how our children mean nothing to the immigration officer, he has been treated really bad by the immigration officer, the would send his paper works to the wrong prison even though they were informed he had moved prison, the immigration officer also shouted at him and told him” you came to my country and committed a crime so you will get out” he asked her what about his kids and she stated that she didn’t care about our kids that he will go an she will make sure of the (this wad a Asian woman)
    He was grated bail and the kids were so happy and the 1 month later they took him to the detention centre our kids were so traumatised after having him back in their life, I really don’t know what to do I don’t want to lose my husband or for our kids to grow up fatherless can any one advice me on what we can do. Thank you