All good stuff so far. But then I pointed out a strange development. The village from which he had fled, barely escaping with his life, now wanted him back to celebrate his achievements. And, presumably overcoming his visceral fears, he did go back where he was feted by one and all. Wasn’t that amazing?
And it’s also amazing that an Irish guy working on London Transport says Rotimi was employed there for years. Worked together, they did, and Rotimi’s personnel file is available for inspection by anyone who wants to inspect. You’d imagine he’d be on the first flight over to London, to disprove this highly embarrassing accusation. But no, Rotimi just says that Paddy The Accuser is mistaking him with somebody else.
Isn't that amazing too?
This is more than of academic interest. If Rotimi’s been shown to have lied he could – and should – lose his Irish citizenship, which we give out here like snuff at a wake. And he could also have to, oh dear, repay the various wads of money he extracted from the Irish taxpayer under what would have been false pretences.
In fairness to him, he’s been a very active Mayor and Councillor. In fact he’s undertaken more than 200
Another amazing thing: Despite an unending stream of questions and apparent irreconcilable and conflicting assertions, he’s never been taken to task by the MSM. Isn't that amazing as well?
But now things might be changing. Undoubtedly emboldened by how much he’s been able to get away with so far, he’s now expanding onto the national stage. He's standing for the National Parliament (Dail) in the next general election. Such a move always brings with it the risk of much closer scrutiny, and the airing of hitherto concealed dirty linen. And sure enough, it’s now emerged that one of his key assistants at his last election has been convicted of a number of rapes. To add grist to the mill, this happened during the peak of the election period. So he kept himself busy, asking for votes from some electors, raping others.
Rotimi denies all knowledge. And as Rob said, "Rotimi is a Nigerian AND an elected politician. What on earth makes you think he might be lying?"
And now another titbit. A ‘usually reliable source’ informs me that Rotimi’s company may have been engaged in more than teaching the bog-trotters how to celebrate diversity. It seems that the company may have been of, well, some discrete assistance to a number of prominent Nigerian politicians. Nothing wrong with that. I'd trust a Nigerian politician with my life savings any time. Honestly.
But still, just to keep the record straight, maybe Rotimi would assure us that there’s no truth in this story. And then file his company returns while he’s at it.