UK: Black Drug Trafficker Cannot be Deported Because He is Such a Great Father

Telegraph
January 8, 2014

Lee Corbin, 50, has been allowed to stay in Britain because of what a court described as his “amazing” relationship with seven children he has fathered by three different women.
Lee Corbin has been allowed to stay in Britain because of what a court described as his “amazing” relationship with seven children he has fathered by three different women. He has 75 criminal convictions to his name and has been handed jail sentences totalling more than 16 years, since he first came to this country in 1978.

A convicted drug kingpin cannot be deported after immigration officials ruled he is a good father who once took his family to a Peppa Pig theme park.

Princewill Oluoha, 37, from Nigeria, was sentenced to seven years for an attempted plot to smuggle £1m of cocaine to Britain in 2010.

Although the Home Office are desperately trying to deport him, he has been allowed to remain in the UK because he claims he plays a key role in the life of his British daughter.

Oluoha, who came to Britain in 2007, has two children and has been pictured enjoying himself with his family at Peppa Pig World, an amusement park in the New Forest based on the children’s cartoon.

At hearing in April last year, a Home Office bid to return Oluoha to Nigeria failed after a judge heard evidence from his partner about how he helps bring up his daughter.

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