Hussen and his staff must be too busy condemning Canadians who want secure borders to spend time looking into the venues he attends.
A report in the Globe & Mail says Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen gave a briefing on illegal border crossings at The Suya Spot restaurant, which is allegedly tied to the Black Axe criminal syndicate.
Here’s a key part of the report:
“The owner of the The Suya Spot restaurant has denied any affiliation with the Nigerian-based criminal organization that has set up operations in Toronto and Vancouver.
Mr. Hussen’s spokesperson said the minister was unaware that The Suya Spot, located just outside his York South-Weston riding, has been frequented by members of the Neo Black Movement – also known as the Black Axe organized-crime group.
Police say Black Axe has been exerting growing influence over the Nigerian diaspora in Canada as well as engaging in organized crime – everything from fraud, money laundering and intimidation.”
The press secretary for Hussen says they didn’t check the venue ahead of time, saying “Keep in mind that the minister does like 10 events a day on weekends. Do we google every restaurant that the minister gets invited to speak to? We do not.”
However, it seems the government did have info that the location could have been a concern.
“According to the Immigration and Refugee Board, The Suya Spot has advertised in Uhuru Magazine, which is the official publication of the Neo Black Movement, and is frequented by gang members.”
Of course, beyond attending an event at that establishment, the real problem is that Hussen and the Trudeau government have shown no ability or willingness to end the illegal border crossing crisis.
And worse, they’re even attacking those who call the crossings ‘illegal,’ recently criticizing the Ontario government simply for speaking the truth.
Perhaps if Hussen and his staff spent less time attacking Patriotic Canadians, and more time looking into the venues he attends they wouldn’t run into these problems.
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