' X Factor reject Gamu Nhengu is likely to be turned down – after it emerged that she has enjoyed holidays in Zimbabwe.'
Apparently despite the fact that
'The talented 18-year-old has tearfully claimed that she will face a ‘firing squad’ if she is forced to return to the country under Robert Mugabe’s regime.
sources in Zimbabwe say that, since arriving in Britain as a young girl, she has made return visits to the country to see relatives, with the most recent trip being just ‘a couple of years ago’.'
So why have the BBC decided not to report this latest twist to the story of Gamu?
Bearing in mind The Mail telling us that:
'Miss Ngazana allegedly claimed £16,000 in benefits she was not entitled to for Gamu and her brothers Milton, 12, and Marty, ten.
Under immigration law, the family is not entitled to appeal.
The only option left open to Miss Nhengu is to claim asylum in the UK – but she will be at a disadvantage because she has already lived in Britain for seven years on a visa without telling officials she fears persecution in her homeland.'
Who would like to bet against her being allowed to stay in this country.
I must declare a complete lack of interest in the X-Factor, I have never watched it and would rather extract my own teeth than do so now.