Kashamu has said he is innocent of the drug charges claim everyone is
talking about and said he has been vindicated by a law court in London
who found him innocent. He says the people screaming about the alleged
charges are people who have a thing or two against him, and he will be
more than glad if they follow the due process of going to court, so that
he can take it up from there. Going to the US right now is like jumping
into a fire, Kashamu said in an interview with Sahara Reporters. His
words after the cut.
fatherland. If anyone thinks he has a case against me, he should follow
due process and we will take it up from there. I am not under any
obligation to go to the US to answer the same charges after the true
judgment of the British court has exonerated me of the same allegations.
the US so as to clear my name is like asking me to jump in a fire-may
the Almighty rescue me from it. If the US prosecutor could hide
important evidence that later exonerated me in the UK court, only God
knows what they will do in their country.
spent four years in detention at the hands of the US authorities to
prove my innocence before I was eventually exonerated. This was also in
the presence of the US prosecutors and other agencies in various
countries, like the Republic of Benin, Nigeria. It was after a rigorous
trial with pictorial and documentary evidence that I was discharged.”
anybody believes that they have any other case against me, they should
come through due process. I am ready to challenge it. I am ready to face
it without any problem.
“I have never in my life put my foot into
the United States. I have never demanded for their sticker. I have been a
businessman right from 18 years old. Up till today, I continue doing my
business. My last submission is that I know nothing about what they are
saying over there,” he said.