Bang Bang Statement
The date for Hornet's hardman, Al Bangura tribunal has been confirmed as next Monday, November 26th. It will take place at 10am in Feltham, Middlesex.
Bangura's 'legal representitive', Chris Pelentrides has released the following statement ahead of the showdown:
'I truly believe my client's case is an exceptional one and that not the appropriate consideration has been given to it by the immigration authorities.'
'Alhassan arrived as an unaccompanied minor seeking asylum almost four years ago having been trafficked from Africa.'
'He has built up his life, having established great ties in the Unite Kingdom including a family life with his [expectant] partner and a profession.'
Not being one for politics myself, I fail to understand the basic immigration laws that surround this country, but stand firm by the notion that Bangura should be allowed to stay, unless he moves to Luton!
All at VitalWatford Tower wish Al Bangura luck for his forthcoming trial and hope to see him in the Yellow shirt sooner rather than later.