In reaction to the 9 years and 8 months jail sentence that the British Court handed Senator Ike Ekweremadu, a Nigerian lawyer whose name is Kayode Ajulo has urged people who mock Ike Ekweremadu for getting the jail term to stop doing so because anybody can fall a victim.
According to Kayode Ajulo, some Nigerians who take their mothers to the United Kingdom for the sole purpose of taking care of their children can be found guilty by the United Kingdom courts under the Modern Day Slavery Law.
Kayode Ajulo explained that the Modern Day Slavery Law frowns at anyone who transports anybody into the United Kingdom for any form of exploitation. According to Kayode Ajulo, the transporting of someone into the United Kingdom for the purpose of taking care of children is a form of exploitation under the United Kingdom Modern Day Slavery Law.
Kayode Ajulo stated that Ike Ekweremadu did what most parents would do in other to ensure that their children stay healthy.
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