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Right decision from the Home Office who at last offer mercy to Isaac Aganozor

The Home Office has now made the right decision in allowing the Nigerian brother of Dulwich College caretaker Isaac Aganozor a visa, so he can take part in a potentially lifesaving bone marrow transplant.

It originally denied the request, on the grounds he may not return home, but after pressure from Dulwich MP Helen Hayes and stories in the press, it has now accepted Isaac’s brother Patrick’s application.

Let’s hope Isaac’s transplant is a success.

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