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Rotimi Adebari (born 1964 in Okeodan, Ogun State) is a Nigerian-born Irish politician. He was elected as the first black mayor in Ireland. A convert from Islam to Christianity, he fled Nigeria in 2000, and made a claim for asylum on the grounds of religious persecution. His application was rejected because of a lack of evidence that he had personally suffered persecution, but he gained residency because his third child, another boy, was born in Ireland. Against claims that he was a train operator working out of the Queens Park depot on the Bakerloo tube line, Adebari says he travelled to Ireland directly from Nigeria, via Paris, and never worked or lived in London at any time.

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  • Rotimi Adebari (lahir 1964 di Okeodan, ) adalah seorang politikus Irlandia kelahiran Nigeria. Ia terpilih sebagai wali kota kulit hitam pertama di Irlandia. Ia meninggalkan Nigeria pada 2000 karena penganiayaan agama. Ia dan keluarganya menetap di . Pada 2004, ia terpilih sebagai anggota dewan kota dalam pemilihan setempat. Pada Juni 2007 ia terpilih sebagai wali kota Dewan Kota Portlaoise, dengan dukungan dari Fine Gael dan Sinn Fein. Ia memperoleh gelar magisternya dalam studi antar budaya di .
  • Rotimi Adebari, né en 1964 à Okeodan (État d'Ogun, Nigeria) est un Nigérian, résidant en Irlande et premier maire noir de ce pays.
  • Rotimi Adebari (* 1964 in , Ogun, Nigeria) ist ein irisch-nigerianischer Politiker. Der Bürgermeister der Stadt Port Laoise ist der erste schwarze Bürgermeister Irlands. Nach seiner Konversion vom Islam zum Christentum war Adebari im von religiösen Konflikten gezeichneten Nigeria unter familiären Druck geraten. Im Jahr 2000 floh er deshalb mit seiner Ehefrau und zwei Kindern nach Irland, wo er wegen religiöser Verfolgung Asyl beantragte. Spätere Vorwürfe, er habe bereits Ende der 1990er Jahre in der London Underground gearbeitet, sei also nicht, wie er behauptete und wie es das irische Asylrecht als Bedingung vorsieht, von Nigeria aus direkt nach Irland gegangen, bestritt er. Der Asylantrag in Irland wurde zwar wegen mangelnder Beweise für eine persönliche Verfolgung abschlägig beschieden;
  • Rotimi Adebari (born 1964 in Okeodan, Ogun State) is a Nigerian-born Irish politician. He was elected as the first black mayor in Ireland. A convert from Islam to Christianity, he fled Nigeria in 2000, and made a claim for asylum on the grounds of religious persecution. His application was rejected because of a lack of evidence that he had personally suffered persecution, but he gained residency because his third child, another boy, was born in Ireland. Against claims that he was a train operator working out of the Queens Park depot on the Bakerloo tube line, Adebari says he travelled to Ireland directly from Nigeria, via Paris, and never worked or lived in London at any time.
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