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Sunday, 5 December 2010

Head of asylum seeker housing firm which received £18 million in taxpayer funding has assets frozen

Left: Mabel Mark.

The former teacher came to the UK in the mid-1990s and in 2003 launched KGHL, providing accommodation for 1,200 asylum seekers across the country, including at houses in Coventry and Nottingham.

While our pensioners freeze to death our government pours millions into asylum housing, refugee help programes, and charitable organisations for non white minorities.

Vote BNP to get piorities right in our country!

The Sunday Mercury reports - SHE was the boss of an asylum seeker housing firm which received £18 million in taxpayer funding before being forced into liquidation because of unpaid debts.

He was the African billionaire who had gone from prison warder to be a leading figure in the Kenyan Government.

Now the extraordinary links between Mabel Mark and Joshua Kulei can be revealed for the first time.

They include details of how Mrs Mark and her asylum firm, Kimberley Group Housing Group (KGHL), received £1 million from the wealthy Kenyan – to help buy an AIRLINE in Africa.

The money was transferred in a series of payments into her personal and company accounts, with £125,000 later used as the deposit on a Cessna.

But the airline, called Mabel Air, never got off the ground while Mrs Mark’s asylum housing company is now in liquidation.

She claims her £10 million-plus assets have also been frozen as part of an ongoing investigation by the UK Border Agency (UKBA).

Home Office reports claim investigators discovered KGHL was unable to meet its trading liabilities, owed considerable sums to sub-contractors and utilities suppliers and had no proper systems in place to manage liabilities.

The firm was also accused of failing to maintain proper records and there was said to be ‘‘substantial intermingling of personal and corporate assets and monies without regard to the claims of corporate creditors.”

But Mrs Mark, 48, denied doing anything wrong in an exclusive interview with the Sunday Mercury. ‘‘I have nothing to hide,” she said. Read more

Seriously ill Birmingham pensioners left with no heating

Also reported by the Sunday Mercury - TWO pensioners recovering from serious illness have been left without heating in sub-zero temperatures after council contractors failed to fix their broken boilers.

Grannies Patricia Stewart and Lilian Whittall, both 74, were both released from hospital in the last week to discover their heating had failed as Arctic conditions swept the country.

Mrs Stewart, from Kitts Green in Birmingham, had been suffering from pneumonia while Mrs Whittall, from Castle Bromwich, is recovering from quadruple heart bypass surgery.

After discovering their heating had failed, the OAPS contacted Birmingham City Council who sent in its heating contractors, Mears, on Tuesday.

Yet in both cases engineers claimed the problems could not be fixed immediately as they would need to send away for spare parts.

But a chilly Mrs Stewart said: “It’s like an icebox in here and I fear I could easily die if I’m not careful. It’s a disgrace.

‘‘I am bed-bound and need round the clock care. I was a home
help carer for Birmingham City Council for over 20 years and even then I never saw a case worse than mine.” Read more


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