One of the terror suspects accused of killing soldier Drummer Lee Rigby in a Woolwich street is Michael Adebolajo. Her sister, 32-year-old Blessing Adebolajo, smiled yesterday morning as she was escorted from her home in Kings Lynn Avenue, Harold Hill, and got into a police car while detectives searched the property, just hours after her 28-year-old brother and other suspect brutally murdered Rigby.
Despite Blessing Adebolajo was not arrested, police will interrogate her about her brother. Reportedly she told the Romford Recorder newspaper yesterday:
“We didn’t know he was going to do this.”
Blessing, who has also gone by the surname Daniels, lives on the top floor of the property and used to share it with her terror suspect brother, according to neighbors who claim that Adebolajo smoked drugs when he was staying there.
It is believed that Blessing Adebolajo’s father, 56-year-old Anthony, owns the house that was raided, as well as a home in Saxilby, Lincolnshire. Her mother is Tana A. Adebolajo from Romford, Essex and two other siblings Jeremiah and Christiana Abedolajo.
Suspect Adebolajo declared:
“The only reason we have killed this man today is because Muslims are dying daily by British soldiers.”
Blessing Adebolajo’s parents are hard-working Nigerian immigrants from an academic family in West Africa who settled in London in the early 1980s.
Reportedly, Blessing Adebolajo works as a Human Resources Assistant at John Lawrence, in London. The records show that a man named Dorean Myers lives in the same adress under Blessing Abedolejo/ Blessing Daniels lives at.
Last May, Abedolajo’s older sister Blessing publish a book “When It Hurts”, available on Amazon’s Kindle Edition. This is Blessing’s description of her book.
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