"Olaoluwa Ibrahim the rapist and the Nigerian arrestee aren't the same person" - Left-winger, James McAsh finally claims air over Peckham incident KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Sunday, June 12, 2022

"Olaoluwa Ibrahim the rapist and the Nigerian arrestee aren't the same person" - Left-winger, James McAsh finally claims air over Peckham incident

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Left-winger, James McAsh has finally claimed air over Peckham incident. (Read More Here).

After their fight to release the Nigerian man, right wingers began to spread fake rumours that the Nigerian man rescued from being deported is a rapist. 

They began spread the picture of Olaoluwa Ibrahim. Taking to social media, Tom Cash, revealed that Olaoluwa Ibrahim and the rescued Nigerian aren't the same person. 


Tom Cash wrote: "The far right have found a 2015 article about a man imprisoned for horrific sex crimes. They claim he's the man who was detained in Peckham yesterday.
He's not. Different name, age and address. They just happen to both be Nigerian.
This government's policies promote racism."

Footage shot in Peckham, south-east London, on Saturday showed a crowd sitting on the ground in front of the vehicle and members of the public shouting "Let him go".

It is understood the man is Nigerian and was suspected of overstaying his visa.

He was released on immigration bail.

Officers were called to Evan Cook Close shortly after 13:30 BST "to a report of protesters obstructing immigration officers", Met Police said.

One of the protesters, Eleanor Janega, said people had heard of an "immigration raid" and came to demonstrate.

"We had been sitting here blocking the van and having ice lollies. They brought more police in and tried to break through the crowd by pushing us. We all sat down."

Labour councillor Reginald Popoola said people had "encircled the van peacefully", but claimed some people were shoved during the demonstration.

"He's being released, peaceful protest is powerful."

Nunhead and Queens Road's Labour councillor Reginald Popoola was also a key supporter of yesterday's blockage.

The activist and legal adviser shared a clip of the growing protest at 3.45pm with the caption: 'Block the van from taking one of our neighbours - come and join us now.'

Mr Popoola's clip got more than 2,000 likes - with a subsequent video of the man's release also widely shared by fellow campaigners.

The third local Labour councillor confirmed to have attended the protest is Sabina Emmanuel, who represents Peckham ward.

Stop the War Coalition chair and Trades Union Congress health and safety officer Shelly Asquith stated six Labour councillors were in attendance.

This claim has not been verified. The Labour Party has been contacted for comment.

Ms Asquith, an early member of 'Team Corbyn' with more than 35,000 followers, shared McAsh's original tweet, adding: 'Peckham people GET DOWN!

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