British Nigerian MP Fiona Onasanya & Brother Jailed For Lying To Avoid Speeding Ticket

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British Nigerian MP Fiona Onasanya & Brother Jailed For Lying To Avoid Speeding Ticket

Embattled British Nigerian MP, Fiona Onasanya has been jailed.

She received a 3 months sentence yesterday for lying to escape getting a speeding ticket.

According to The Guardian, Fiona and her brother Festus Onasanya were given 3 months and 10 months sentences respectively yesterday at the Old Bailey Court in London.

Birmingham Mail reported that Fiona was texting and driving at 41 mph on the 27th of July 2017  in a 30 mph zone.

When a speeding ticket was sent to her, she reportedly connived with her brother to avoid paying a fine.

While delivering his judgement at Old Bailey Court yesterday, Justice Stuart-Smith said;

“It’s a tragedy that you have found yourselves here and in this predicament, but it’s a tragedy that you have brought on yourselves.”

10 thoughts on “British Nigerian MP Fiona Onasanya & Brother Jailed For Lying To Avoid Speeding Ticket

  1. Nation where rule of law works regardless of your status or political inclination..good luck if u have your job back.

  2. This guys not look like Nigerians at all, why most every thing bad always attributed to Nigerians even if they are not.

  3. There is no need to comment on perpetual criminals of their type it shows and demonstrates the type of values and how they have been brought.
    She one time abuse the use of Jesus name to win the seat and to save her from the case. The Church in general has some questions to answer to. Why can’t she admit and pay the ticket fine issued by the police.
    This is another story of a very stubborn and deeply dishonest Black woman; I am not too surprise!

  4. Say bye to that seat. Go back to being a commoner. You think Britain is Nigeria where law makers do anything they like and go free. The only thing left for you to salvage whatever is left of your honor is to apologize and resign your seat; in this way people will have some respect for you. If you like you can come back to Nigeria to run for any office you want and people will care less of your past records and vote for you as long as you have money to dash out. They will even throw a big party for you if they know you went to prison in London for mere traffic ticket. Are these people full blooded Nigerians or is their mother from Kenya? Anyway there is no difference.

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