Recently and in the past I have
made several attempts to contact the Nigerian Consulate in New York City to help me locate my husband years before
he became a senatorial candidate and also after he won the election in Edo State's southern district (http://www.vanguardngr.com/articles/2002/niger_delta/nd413022007.html); however I have not been successful in enlisting the help of the
Nigerian Consulate in New York. I e-mailed a number of letters to various individuals; the Honorable Mallam Ibrahim
Awalu, Consul General of the Nigerian Consulate in New York is one of the individuals to whom I addressed an e-mail.
One of the letters I received from the Nigerian Consulate is listed below. Unfortunately, although I have received various
correspondences from them, they have not been effective in assisting me with my situation with Senator Uzamere.
How difficult is it for the Nigerian government to contact one of its own employees
and ask that employee if he divorced the wife he married in America before he married the Nigerian citizen who is
now his wife? How difficult is it for the Nigerian government to disclose that employee's employment address to
the American wife who has provided the Nigerian government with proof of said marriage? Would it not be an act
of kindness for the Nigerian government to help Senator Uzamere's abandoned wife and daughter by providing
the senator's professional address? It should not be difficult at all. However, the Nigerian government,
through the Nigerian Consulate of New York, has managed to ignore me and the needs of Senator Uzamere's daughter -- who
is also a Nigerian citizen since her father is a Nigerian citizen.
Don't believe that Senator Uzamere's powerful tentacles have limited their reach to the individuals and entities
previously mentioned. Ehigie has even managed to involve the church in his thus far successful attempt to hide from
his African American wife, his African American daughter and the American judicial system.