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Sunday, 31 January 2021



Sadly, the gospel Spirit and Soul Show has come to an end 😒😧😧.

I was optimistic that the show would last till the agreed cut-off month of May, 2021 but my sponsor, Shuzia Limited, thinks otherwise.

Shuzia Limited owns the copyright to the name of this show. Therefore, I will no longer be able to use this name for my gospel shows.

It was a good partnership while it lasted. I gave it my best shot💪!

It is worthy of note that I was formerly a music journalist at between 2018 and 2019.

We still have a good relationship to work on other projects in the future.

I move on to my next projects.

DJ Irawo

Tuesday, 5 January 2021



There is always a first time for everything and this is the first time for My Freedom Street Jam organized by Drumline Entertainment.

My initial plan was to launch this show in collaboration with clubs, hotels, lounges and places where music performances take place but the plan changed because of the covid-19 pandemic which caused performances at all event centres to come to a complete halt.

DJ 07 and DJ Irawo

Even now, entertainment activities in these event venues are not as buoyant as they ought to be and there are rumours that the government will begin to monitor the order of gatherings at parties, clubs, lounges, churches, etc in order to reduce the spread of the virus.

What is the common man to do to get entertained and relieve stress?

Can I still organize this event and comply with the covid-19 rules and regulations?

So, the idea came up in me to organize this event and to collaborate with DJ 07 who has been playing his music on the street to promote himself and I suggested that viewers sit in front of their shops and homes and watch from there without gathering around the performers.

The goals of the My Freedom Street Jam are to: 

  • To raise money via viewers' donations to support our miscellaneous expenses.

  • To raise awareness for mental health in my community and proffer solutions.

  • To partner with mental health professionals to provide free medical checkups for members of my community.

  • To partner with brands who intend to promote their products and services in my community.

  • To provide free entertainment for members of my community.

The Orisunmibare community in the Alimoso local government area is the one currently enjoying this service.

At the end of the first edition, My Freedom Street Jam was entertaining.

Women danced in front of their homes and shops.

Children danced on the streets in an impromptu choreography.

Boys and men moved closer to get a better view of me to ensure that I was the one actually playing the talking drum😁.

Vehicles almost jammed themselves in order to get a better view of our performance.

Some vehicles, motorcyclists and rickshaws parked their automobiles to get enjoy the beats.

The abokis were not left out.

They 'parked' their shoemaking boxes and sewing machines around a kiosk to get a good view of our event.

This is a test of the waters.

Hopefully, my official videographer will be available for the next editions.

Musically yours, 
DJ Irawo

Wednesday, 30 December 2020



This event is set to hold on January 4, 2021.

This time, yours truly will be collaborating with DJ 07 to bring this event to life.

Be there!

Saturday, 5 December 2020

KINIUN DE by Yetunde Are


The intro is catchy.

The outro is good.

The rhythm is pronounced.

The melody is tuneful.

The lead vocal is clear, powerful, confident and expressive.

The backup vocals are clear and soulful.

The lyrics are simple and inspiring.

The musical accompaniments are varied.

The songwriting skill is competent.

The recording and production qualities are balanced.

The performance is skillful.

Yetunde Are is a professional.

I rate this song 10/10.

Click on Kiniun De to listen and download this beautiful song.

Watch the performance of this song on Facebook @drumlineng.


Friday, 4 December 2020



The Spirit and Soul Show debuts on Monday, December 7, 2020 at 8pm.

The show will run from 8pm to approximately 9pm.

This show is in collaboration with Shuzia Limited, owners of the website, a digital website that sells and promotes audiobooks, ebooks, music, sermons, spoken word and magazines.

All songs to be played on this show will be downloaded from

You will be able to read the reviews of these songs on this blog as from later today.

Only songs that score 7/10 and above will be played on the Drumline Entertainment Facebook live show. So, click on  to like and follow me, your host, the one and only DJ Irawo, the drum jamming disc jockey!

So, if you are a gospel music artist, upload your music singles and album on the platform.

I will be listening to about thirty songs a week and I look forward to picking your song and I hope that your song or album makes it to the show!

God wants the best.

His followers are moved to praise and worship Him with great music in the best musical atmosphere.

The goals of these gospel music reviews and music shows are to improve the quality of gospel music in Nigeria and to appreciate the creators of this music content.

Peace be unto you as you follow me on this musical journey.

DJ Irawo

Tuesday, 8 September 2020


Copyright: Femislide on Facebook

Oluwafemi Akinbodunwa, also known as Femislide, is an award-winning international afro-fusion musician.

He was born in 1978 in Musin, Lagos, Nigeria.

He is a trombonist, trumpeter, songwriter and vocalist. 

Femislide performs jazz, afro-funk and highlife genres of music.

He has been making and performing music for the past twenty-three years. 

His role models in the music sector of the entertainment industry are; the late Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the late Haruna Isola and King Sunny Ade. 

He has recorded and or performed music with different musicians such as; Seyi Solagbade, Blackface, Lagbaja, Jesse King, Charly Boy, Waje, 2Baba Idibia, MI, Yolanda Brown, Mike Aremu, etc. 

Four songs from his EP are;
  1. Mari Jo
  2. Ife
  3. Teacher
  4. The Rich Also Cry

These four songs have great lyrical compositions, meaningful messages, sweet melody, vocal dexterity, sound balance and are professionally performed.

I thoroughly enjoyed these songs and cannot say which is my best. 

However, in Teacher, I expected to hear Tai Solarin's name as one of the teachers mentioned. I think that he was a prolific, prominent and outstanding teacher during his lifetime. Albeit, the ommission of his name does not in any way take away from the quality and beauty of that song. 

I rate these four songs 10/10.

Indeed Femislide is not joking with his musical career at all.


You can find Femislide's music at and follow him via his social media handles which can be found at the bottom right side of his website.

Watch DJ Irawo's performance of Femislide @djiraworocks.

This music promotion is sponsored by:

Musically yours,

DJ Irawo



Copyright: Justin Verz on Facebook

Online, by Justin Verz, has a sweet intro and a solemn outro.

The song is melodic. The lead vocal is expressive. The female backup vocal is convincing. The lyrics are simple and heartwarming. The musical accompaniments are smooth. The song structure is simple and rhythmic. The performance quality is above average. The production and recording quality could be better; the overall volume of the production needs to be higher. Justin Verz is a skillful musician. I rate this song 8/10.

What is Justin Verz's legal name?
My name is Elawure-Abowa Justin.

Where were you born?
I was born in Benin City, Nigeria.

What is your educational background?
I have a BSc in Computer Science. 

When did you start making and performing music?
I started playing and performing music when I was in senior secondary school one (SSS 1).

What are your areas of specialization in the music sector of the entertainment industry?
I am a music producer, rapper and singer.

Who are your role models in the entertainment industry and why?
I love Jon Bellion and Burna Boy because their music is inspiring and their lyrics are deep.

Where can we find Justin Verz's music?
You can find my old and new songs on my Audiomack account at; 

Watch DJ Irawo's performance of online on a Facebook live video @djiraworocks.

This edition of My Freedom Online Jam is sponsored by: 

Musically yours,

DJ Irawo



DJ Irawo

DJ Irawo's My Freedom Project is a list of promotional products under the Drumline Promotion service of Drumline Entertainment.

Today, the 8th day of September, 2020, this project kicks off with a debut of My Freedom Online Jam in a Facebook live video @djiraworocks.

The My Freedom Project series is a platform for me to showcase my drumming, disc jockey, dancing, singing, promotion and broadcasting skills. 

Artists to be promoted are music, literary, fine, applied and performing artists.

Today, I kickstarted the My Freedom Online Jam, one of the series of the My Freedom Project, with a song from Justin Verz and four songs from Femislide.

Check out the show via this video @djiraworocks.

Currently, the My Freedom Project consists of five sub-projects namely:
  1. Spirit and Soul Show 
  2. My Freedom Street Jam
  3. My Freedom Online Jam
  4. My Freedom Offline Jam
  5. My Freedom Online Chat
  1. Spirit and Soul Show is sponsored by Shuzia Limited. It is a promotion of's music content by various gospel musicians.
  2. My Freedom Street Jam is a platform for promoting DJ Irawo's talents, other artists and for the awareness and eradication of mental health in the community.
  3. My Freedom Online Jam is a platform for promoting musicians and other artists on the @djiraworocks and @drumlineng platforms on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WhatsApp, YouTube, LinkedIn and the Drumline Entertainment Blog.
  4. My Freedom Offline Jam is a platform for promoting musicians and other artists' works in partnership with entertainment venues such as hotels, lounges, clubs, etc.
  5. My Freedom Online Chat is a platform to interact with music professionals such as music teachers, music producers, music videographers, music bloggers, etc.
For the next six months, these series of projects will be sponsored by:

Stay with me.

I am musically yours,

DJ Irawo.

Friday, 3 August 2018

How to write Job Worthy Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letters

Wednesday, 11 July 2018

I will be speaking at the Christian Writers' Bootcamp

Friday, 8 June 2018

Going Higher

After a rigorous time spent watching online lectures from Professor Fisher, the American professor in charge of the Copyright X classes from the Harvard Law School, going for class discussions with the professors at the Advanced Legal Studies department of the University of Lagos, studying and burning the midnight oil, I stand tall to say that it was a time well spent on acquiring knowledge for the improvement of the entertainment, software and literary society in Nigeria.

I am optimistic about passing this exam because I studied well for it.

Surely, I am going higher, climbing the ladder of success and greatness in the areas of my passions; music, creative writing and business consulting.

When was the last time that you studied for a course? Learning never stops until we go six feet below.

Sunday, 12 November 2017

20 people who became successful entrepreneurs from 40 upwards

Running a business isn’t easy. It takes hard work and discipline to reach success. As a result, it should be unsurprising that many times, it is the older and wiser among us who are better at navigating that road. So don’t count yourself out, no matter what age you are. Success can come to anyone at any time.
That depressing saying, “A fool at 40 is a fool forever,” no longer holds water. My father says that to me many times. He does not see how my music is going to butter my daily bread and make me successful. He introduces me to his friends and extended family members as his first daughter who is a business consultant. No, he will not say that I am also a musician and a writer. Those are ‘below standard careers’.

The twenty people that I am going to write about now started their businesses after the age of 39. Only one of them started his business at the age of thirty-five but he did not make real headway in his business until he was forty-one.

I intend to do a research about Nigerian entrepreneurs who started their businesses after 40. Hopefully, that will not be their football age.

So, if it looks like you have not achieved much at age 39, like myself, there is still hope for an overall success from age forty that will last forever.

1. Donald Fisher co-founded Gap at 41

In August 1969, at the age of 41, Donald Fisher and his wife Doris opened their first Gap store on Ocean Avenue in San Francisco. At the time, they only sold Levi’s jeans.

The Gap quickly expanded to new locations and in 1974, introduced its own denim label. 

In 1991, it stopped selling Levi’s entirely. Though it’s not without its struggles, the $9 billion company continues to endure today.

2. Lynda Weinman co-founded at 40

The self-taught computer whiz and former graphic arts professor recognized early on the potential of the internet and the need for her students to learn how to publish to the web. 

In 1995, after struggling to find a book on web design to recommend to her students, she decided to write her own. 

Designing Web Graphics sold hundreds of thousands of copies and was the springboard to what would become, an Internet based training company she started with her husband Bruce Heavin. It was sold to LinkedIn in April 2015 for $1.5 billion.

3. Herbert Boyer co-founded Genentech at 40

A biochemist and genetic engineer, Herbert Boyer, along with geneticist Stanley Cohen, was first to demonstrate the usefulness of recombinant DNA technology in commercial medicine, laying the groundwork for what would become Genentech, a pioneer in the biotechnology industry. 

When venture capitalist Robert A. Swanson got wind of Boyer’s breakthrough, he requested a meeting and was given 10 minutes that turned into three hours and the end result: Genentech was launched. 

Though Swanson and Boyer faced skepticism in the early days they forged ahead, creating a whole new industry that’s still alive and kicking.

4. Bob Parsons started GoDaddy at 47

Former U.S. Marine Bob Parsons had started two companies — one of which was Parsons Technology, a software company he sold to Intuit for $64 million in 1994 — before he launched GoDaddy , the $4 billion web domain registrar. 

It was after taking a year off as part of his deal with Intuit that Parsons realized he didn’t want to retire. 

He started GoDaddy in 1997 to have “something to do.” Since then he has followed one philosophy: “make a little money from a lot of people. This differs from many companies who have just the opposite philosophy,” says Parsons in his online biography. Parsons stepped down as executive chairman in June 2015.

5. Chip Wilson began Lululemon at 42

For Chip Wilson, it was his first yoga class back in 1997 that sparked the idea for a line of comfortable, stylish women’s yoga wear. 

Wilson had recently sold his share in Westbeach, a snowboard apparel company and smartly bet he could use the same stretch fabric they used for long underwear to make high-end yoga pants that would appeal to the masses. 

It was both his ability to find a problem and come up with a solution and his experience in apparel that enabled him to not only create yoga pants that were comfortable and appealing to the eye but transform an entire industry. 

In February 2015, following a major recall, a series of controversial comments about women’s bodies and a standoff with the company’s board, Wilson cut ties with Lululemon . His wife and son launched Cashmere Shop Kit & Ace in 2014. 

6. Momofuku Ando, noodles at 48
The Taiwanese entrepreneur was 48 when he invented the food that would eventually become a staple for children and adults. He created, instant ramen noodles. 

He began experimenting with the food product in 1958 behind his house in Ikeda, Japan.

7. Thomas Siebel co-founded Siebel Systems at 41

For Thomas Siebel, it was his experience at Oracle and the money he made as CEO Gain Technology that enabled him to co-found Siebel Systems in 1993 with Patricia House, a former marketer for Oracle. 

During his years at Oracle, Siebel’s knack for selling propelled him up the ranks. Recognizing inefficiencies within the sales group, he developed a program dubbed Oasis in 1987 that streamlined communication among the sales reps. 

Two years later, he spoke to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison about commercializing it externally; Ellison didn’t see the potential. 

Siebel took a leave of absence soon after and never returned. His next role was as CEO of Gain Technology, a small multimedia software company he quickly sold for $110 million in 1992. Netting $10 million from the deal, he set up his own shop. 

Siebel Systems would eventually become synonymous with customer relationship management software. In 2005, it was bought by for $5.8 billion.

8. Bernie Marcus co-founded Home Depot at 50

The impetus to start a business comes in many forms. For Bernie Marcus, co-founder of Home Depot, it was an abrupt firing that sparked the fire. 

In April 1978, Marcus and his future co-founder, Arthur Blank, were let go from their executive roles during a corporate power struggle at Handy Dan Home Improvement Centers, a now-defunct home improvement chain. 

The two were convinced by friend and business colleague Ken Langone to open their own home improvement store. Langone arranged the financing and the rest is history. The first two Home Depot stores opened in Atlanta in 1979. 

Today, Home Depot has nearly 2,300 locations and boasts annual sales of more than $80 billion.

9. Bill Porter started E*Trade at 54

An early player in the online investment industry, Bill Porter used $15,000 to launch an electronic system for stockbrokers called TradePlus in 1982.

In 1991, that company became E*Trade, the $7 billion online trading giant for do-it-yourself investors. 

While he is best known for that company, Porter had a long legacy of inventing, holding 14 patents and developing more than 20 products including a type of broadcast television camera. 

After founding E*Trade he went on to launch the International Securities Exchange (ISE).


10. Robert Noyce co-founded Intel at 41

After earning his doctorate in physics from MIT, Robert Noyce found work as a research engineer, eventually ending up at Beckman Instruments. 

In 1957, he and seven others left Beckman and founded the Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation. While he enjoyed some success there, he eventually left with Gordon Moore. Together, they founded Intel when Noyce was 41.

Noyce was considered the visionary of the company and treated staff like family. He declined the lavish benefits that most CEOs received and kept the company less structured and more relaxed. 

While at Intel, he oversaw the invention of the microprocessor, an innovation that revolutionized computer technology and forms the foundation of the machines we still use today.

11. Ray Kroc spent his career as a 

milkshake-device salesman before 

buying McDonald's at age 52 in 1954. 

He grew it into the world's biggest 

fast-food franchise.

12. Anna Mary Robertson Moses, 

better known as Grandma Moses

began her prolific painting career at 78.

In 2006, one of her paintings sold for  

$1.2 million. Previously, she was a 

housekeeper and farm laborer.

13. Harland Sanders, better known as

Colonel Sanders, was 62 when he 

franchised Kentucky Fried Chicken in 

1952, which he sold for $2 million 12 

ears later. Before serving up his 

renowned original recipe, Sanders held 

several odd jobs including country 

lawyer, gas station operator and 

railroad worker.

Colonel. Sanders did not start out as anyone’s idea of a successful businessman. He lost his father at an early age, quarreled extensively with his stepfather and was fired from multiple jobs, even losing his job as a lawyer after a courtroom brawl with his own client. However, he was determined to never give up and this trait led to his eventual success.
While working at a service station in Corbin, Ky., Sanders gained local popularity for his delicious chicken recipe. 

After the Corbin station was destroyed by a fire, Sanders had the location rebuilt as a motel and 140-seat restaurant. 

In 1952, at the age of 62, Sanders franchised his “Kentucky Fried Chicken” for the first time. 

Today, KFC has over 18,800 outlets in 118 different countries and territories.

14. GEICO, or the Government Employee’s Insurance Company, is now a well-known car insurance brand with well-known advertising figures. But before the Gecko, the Caveman or Maxwell, GEICO was the idea of Leo Goodwin

Working as an accountant in San Antonio, Texas, in the 1930’s, Leo Goodwin realized that insurance needed an overhaul. Why weren’t companies just dealing with customers directly, saving all the money that traditionally went to brokers? (He looked for a problem and sought how to solve it. This is what entrepreneurs do).

In 1936, at the age of 50, Leo founded GEICO in Washington, D.C. In a departure from most businessmen of the day, he worked closely with his wife Lillian in running the company. 

By the end of the year, GEICO had 12 people on staff and 3,700 policies in force. Today, GEICO employs over 27,000 people and has over 14 million policyholders.

15. Surely a company like LinkedIn, a major social network, was founded by a youngster, like Mark Zuzu, right? Not at all! Reid Hoffman struggled with what to do after he graduated from Stanford. 

He decided to work, but to do so strategically, mapping out a plan of what he would need to learn before he started his own company.
When he first started on his own, he founded a networking site called Socialnet, believing that having a great matching algorithm would guarantee success. He tried advertising his new site through magazines and newspapers but never found traction with the idea.

In the end, he left and joined PayPal before leaving his position with the company in 2002 to co-found LinkedIn. Hoffman was 35 when he founded the company and 43 when it went public.

16. If the thought of tomato-flavored ice cream turns your stomach, you’re not alone. 

Wally Blume had a successful 20-year career but knew he had to move on when his boss decided to move forward with that crazy idea. 

In 1995, in his mid-50s, he started his own ice cream company, Denali Flavors, where he created the famous Moose Tracks flavor.
Today, this dairy treat brings in $80 million a year alone through licensing agreements. Denali now has over 40 flavors and Blume is still going strong at the age of 70.

17. When you’re 52, newly divorced, broke and depressed, you’d think that the last thing on your mind would be starting a company. Then again, it might be just what the doctor ordered.
After getting a dog at her therapist’s recommendation, Carol Gardner won a local Christmas card contest with a picture of the dog and a funny quip. The win inspired Gardner to start a greeting card company, which she named after her dog, Zelda. 

In 2010, Zelda Wisdom was valued at roughly $50 million, showing that you truly never know where your next great idea might come from.

18. Henry Ford started Ford at the age of 40.
Despite his family’s expectation that he would take over the family farm, Ford left home at 16 to get a job as a machinist in Detroit. 

This led him to becoming the godfather of the modern era.

19. Born into a poor family, he moved to Bangkok and began his own company, TC Pharmaceuticals. 

Upon meeting Austrian entrepreneur Dietrich Mateschictz, they decided to market  Yoovidhya’s tonic drink internationally.

Chaleo Yoovidhya  was 61 when he started his tonic business.
20. Gorden Bowker founded Starbucks at the age of 51.

All these entrepreneurs show that age is no barrier. In fact, age and the experience that comes with it is a major part of their accomplishment.

So, relax and take a chill pill. For as long as there is life, there is surely hope.

Have faith.

Sunday, 29 October 2017


Ruth Bircham and Olufemi Ali

The case of a Jamaican born British erotic artist, Ruth Bircham, who was raped by a Nigerian, Mr. Olufemi Ali, in London has taken a new dimension as the London Metropolitan Police discharges the offender without charging him to court, even after the culprit had in the process of investigation openly admitted to the police that he committed the offence. 

During a chat with Bulkybon Periscopes, the rape victim said that the police said that they did not charge the rapist to court, because after the crime was committed, she had sent a whatsapp message to ask the rapist why he did what he did to her.

According to Bircham, 
The Councillor asked me why I contacted the rapist after he had committed the crime.  I told her that the rapist was my social media friend before he raped me. I was terribly shaken by his evil action and wanted to know why he did what he did to me.  

“It is shocking to be raped by someone you least expected to harm you, that was why I called to ask why he took advantage of my ill health to rape me. Rape does not come with a manual to say this is what they will do and what they will not do to you. When the culprits come to you in any form as friends or complete strangers. And the Councilor agreed with my reasoning.

However, Bircham wonders why the UK police victimize victims of rape by treating them like criminals while treating rapists as saints. 
She says she does not need to prove that she is a victim of rape if the police had done their job well from the onset after she reported the case. Instead, she has been victimized by the police, either because she is not a white woman or the rapist had bought them over. 

Reiterating how her case has been badly treated by the police, she offers that, 
I am not a solicitor. I am an artist who has been raped and treated unfairly by the police and the UK justice system. 
My main focus is my art, family, friends and fans and nothing else.  I don't give a shit about the UK and their lies, perjury, bullshit and racist fucking laws that incriminate or victimize black people that are victims of crimes. 
All I know is that in between what I am doing with my art, I am letting the world know that what the UK police have done to me is wrong for not charging the rapist to court after he has admitted to committing the crime. It shows that the police have compromised. 

This type of rubbish must never be allowed to happen to another victim with a repeat of the police and racist justice system, sweeping it under the carpet.

In a civilized society as the UK claims to be, all rape and sexual assault cases should be tried in the courts of England, in front of a judge and 12 juries. 
It is not the duty of police to discharge a serious crime of rape after it has been reported to them. In truly honest and non-racial climes, all rape victims are usually assigned with a solicitor, a counsellor and a forensic hospital doctor that does not shy away from examining the victim’s cervix to collect evidence to prove the crime. 
Based on the information given by the lively erotic artist, these were not done in her own rape case. 

At no time at all should ordinary inexperienced and biased police personnel be included in investigating any rape case. Special detectives are the persons that ought to handle such criminal cases of rape by collecting evidence from the victim, while a counsellor is assigned to the victim and works alongside solicitors for the victim and forensic doctors. 

From the look of things, Bircham’s rape case was tried and discharged by the suspiciously dubious London Metropolitan police. 
Instead of charging the rapist to court even after he had admitted to committing the crime, according to information shared by the victim, he has been set free! 
All rape cases should be tried in the law courts not at any police station. Victims should be given every support by listening to them and made to feel that they are being protected and not selectively intimidated and victimized based on their racial diversity or skin complexion. 

In this wise, the erotic artist posits that “UK law system should give better treatment and protection to rape victims irrespective of their ancestral background, instead of victimizing them because they are not white.  
A rapist must be treated as a rapist until the court says otherwise.  It is not the duty of police to determine the fate of any criminal.”

Basic common sense was enough to have made the London police know that all dangerous criminals like rapists should be held in prison until the date of their cases with solicitors. These are some of the conditions that the UK legal system should put in place for rapists. 

In Bircham’s very candid view, she emphasizes that “I have been treated as if I am a criminal who had committed a crime for reporting a rapist to the police. 
My mistake was that I reported that I was raped by Olufemi Ali on the 24th June 2017. Apart from hanging on why I called the rapist to ask him his reason for raping me, as one of the dubious reasons for setting him free, the police discharged my case by conspiratorially using an inadmissible un-amended statement without the knowledge of my contact witness who is my friend.  

“My friend (witness) told the police on phone that she felt that she had written something wrong in her statement. The officer, Det LP, told her that she could amend any error in her statement when she comes back from a trip she made outside the UK that period.  
My friend left the UK on the 20th of July 2017. Yet, the discharge letter that sets the rapist free was also written on the 20th of July 2017 and sent out to me by PC CA after I received a call from PC CA. My friend’s right to correct the error she made was denied her.  

“She says that there is something more to the hasty discharge of the case that meets the eye. I also strongly reason along that line; otherwise, why did they discharge and acquit the rapist without waiting for the amendment of the witness’s statement? 
When my friend came back to the UK, she wrote to Det LP asking her why she had used her un-amended statement as one of the reasons to discharge the case. Afterwards, my friend got a phone call from PC AW. He told my friend to withdraw her statement but she insisted that she will not withdraw her statement because she knows her rights. 

“But out of the blues, the PC CA then told my friend that they never quoted any part of her un-amended statement in the discharge letter. But my friend countered the PC CA by pointing out his lies, by telling him that she had seen the discharged letter and has read sections of her un-amended statement quoted in the discharge letter sent out to her friend  (me). 

“By this time I had already drawn the attention of my Councillor, MP, the Mayor of London and the high police commissioner D, to the issue. 
Suddenly, I received a letter from the DPS saying that they had received a letter from me, when I did not write any letter to the DPS or to the IPPC. 

“The dubious letter showed a chart of the PC AW implicating himself in the letter. But I had told this policeman that I would write my own letter to the DPS when I was ready. He criminally went ahead and wrote a letter without my knowledge to the IPPC and implicated himself and DET LP by impersonating me through the fake letter he wrote. 

From the foregoing, Bircham has released the can of worms of the London Metropolitan Police that handled her rape case. This calls the integrity of the London Police to question, as far as her rape case is concerned. 

Pinpointing the criminality of impersonation by the police, Bircham says “PC AW robbed me of my right to write a letter to the IPPC by impersonating me. I suspect he committed that criminal offence with the hope that they won't touch on the facts that he had committed perjury on the discharge letter by using un-amended document to discharge my case.” 
The reason behind the perjury and impersonation could clearly be attributed to the police grand plan of denying the rape victim an opportunity to get her case reviewed as every rape victim has the right for her case to be reviewed.  

“The police perjury is further more horrible for depending on an un-amended witness statement and the digital media whereby I had written to Olufemi Ali (whose current name on facebook is Alifem Alifem) asking him why he raped me, including the text message with which I sent him my address before he raped me and also the content of my facebook chat where I had accused him of being bad, are pointers to the conspiracy used by the police to discharge my case by halting it from receiving a hearing at a law court for trial. 
It therefore blocks opportunity to put a dangerous rapist in prison and prevent him from further capitalizing on using the social media to hunt for other unsuspecting victims to rape. I believe some type of corruption took place between the police and the rapist. The police compromised.”

The highly celebrated British erotic artist with large followership on social media also said the police added insult to her injury because, “The PC CA insinuates that my artworks and my profession was the cause for the rape that happened to me as he said ‘men think with their dicks.’ (WTF! So, she should stop her art because of one asswipe that could not keep his filthy dick in control!)

It is very essential that all rape victims should be assigned forensic doctors who examine the cervix for proof of the crime, solicitors to defend their legal and human rights and counsellors to help them overcome the effects of the trauma. 
Unfortunately, none of these aforementioned experts is assigned to victims of rape in the U.K, which hypocritically prides itself as a kingdom of uprightness. Instead, rapists are given free of charge solicitors, while the victims of rape are not given such free legal service by the judicial system in the U.K. 
To make matters worse for victims of rape, it is very difficult or almost impossible for them to get a solicitor to defend their right even when the victims are ready to pay for legal services of solicitors. 
One begins to wonder why many solicitors reject the handling of the cases of rape victims in the U.K. This attitude further frustrates victims of rape, and it seems the entire society is against the victims while rapists are treated as kings of the land, parading freely to rape more females. It is insane!

It is a shame that the UK which promotes itself as a kingdom of morality could support a rapist to go free to keep committing his crime on other unsuspecting females while the victim is blamed for falling prey. 
What hypocrites the UK and its police have proven to be!
Source: and Ruth Bircham

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