A Nigerian resident in the United Kingdom, Ayo Bakre, has raised alarm how their government has forcefully taken his son from him and his wife Shade, for adoption.
Bakara said the who incidence started back in 2012 after his wife Shade, went to London with their less than a year-old son Monisola, and since then he has not been able to take possession of his son again, because the UK government has adopted the boy.
Bakre said Monisola was forcefully adopted under the guise of the mother maltreating the boy.
The had injury and was taken to the hospital but it all turned to another bitter drama after the welfare services said what happened to the boy was more than incident and that the parents are careless.
The government also threaten to deport Shade to Nigeria, without their son.
THe other two children born to him by Shade Morolayo and Moyosore, who have been persistently asking about their brother.
Ayo Bakre said: “Sade left for London while on holiday in 2012 with our son Monisola, a boy less than a year old, who got injured in and was taken to hospital to be taken care of, but the social workers took up the issue and claimed the level of the injury was more than ordinary accident.
“For this reason the mother was charged for attempted murder and child trafficking, though later got cleared of the charges at the Bromley court.
Meanwhile the the judge said, in the opinion of the court, the boy can not be released to the mother on the ground that she is incapable of taking good care of him.
“Our son was later adopted, despite intence legal battle.
“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.
This case raises many questions unansered even as family of Shade threatened to report Ade to the police after the father insisted that the mother must return with their son, Monisola.
It raised questions if truly the boy was adopted or there are hidden truth about the whole incidence
Ade said he did not care if his wife’s family report his action to the police as they have threatened to do so when he insisted the mother must not return home until the boy is released.
“I don’t care about the story in UK, but to have my son back or else Shade will face a severe consequece”, Bakre said.