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Carrie Johnson’s friend blames ‘Sadiq Khan’s London’ for Met Police dropping an investigation into a stolen item fitted with a tracker

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Carrie Johnson‘s friend Nimco Ali has blamed ‘Sadiq Khan‘s London‘ after the Metropolitan Police dropped an investigation into a stolen item that was fitted with a tracker.

Ms Ali, who is godmother to one of Boris and Carrie Johnson’s children, blasted Scotland Yard as an ‘absolute joke’ after being informed that her theft case had been closed.

The former independent government adviser, who has not shared details of the apparent theft, claimed she located the item with an Apple AirTag tracking device and that she had CCTV of the man who stole from her.

Despite claiming to have shared the tracking information with police, Ms Ali received a text from the police on Tuesday morning that said: ‘Unfortunately, no suspects have been identified and all lines of enquiry have been exhausted.’

The social activist said she was ‘not a fan’ of how the force was run by Mr Khan after her case was dropped.

Nimco Ali (pictured) has blamed 'Sadiq Khan's London' after the Metropolitan Police dropped an investigation into a stolen item that was fitted with a tracker.

Nimco Ali (pictured) has blamed ‘Sadiq Khan’s London’ after the Metropolitan Police dropped an investigation into a stolen item that was fitted with a tracker.

lived with the Johnsons at Downing Street during the lockdown in Decmber 2020 to help care for their eldest son, Wilfred, who is also her godson. Pictured: Ms Ali with Carrie Johnson

lived with the Johnsons at Downing Street during the lockdown in Decmber 2020 to help care for their eldest son, Wilfred, who is also her godson. Pictured: Ms Ali with Carrie Johnson

The social activist said she was 'not a fan' of how the force was run by Mr Khan (pictured) after her case was dropped

The social activist said she was ‘not a fan’ of how the force was run by Mr Khan (pictured) after her case was dropped

She told The Telegraph: ‘It’s something that is happening all the time with the Met. They didn’t even have a suspect. I’m going to speak to them. I’m not a fan of Sadiq Khan’s London.’

Mr Khan has been accused of failing Londoners after it emerged in January that more than 1,000 people have been killed since he became mayor. The capital has also gained a reputation as ‘Lawless London’ due to frequent brawls and robberies.

Ms Ali also posted a screenshot of the message that she was sent by the Met on Twitter and wrote: ‘The Met Police is an absolute joke. You have the man who took my stuff on CCTV. 

‘I offered to give the officer the address that my AirTag was showing up at. You never called me back even after I called countless times with the information. And now you send me this.’

The Met Police has been contacted for comment.

Ms Ali advised Mr Johnson’s government on tackling violence against women and girls between 2020 and 2022. 

She lived with the Johnsons at Downing Street during the lockdown in December 2020 to help care for their eldest son, Wilfred, who is also her godson.

Ms Ali was pictured carrying Wilfred out of the Number 10 gates to meet his newborn sister Romy in 2021.

 

Ms Ali also posted a screenshot of the message that she was sent by the Met on Twitter and wrote: 'The Met Police is an absolute joke.'

Ms Ali also posted a screenshot of the message that she was sent by the Met on Twitter and wrote: ‘The Met Police is an absolute joke.’

She stepped down from her role in December 2022 – three months after Mr Johnson resigned as PM – because she did not want to continue under the then Home Secretary Suella Braverman.

At the time, she said: ‘I think the fair upsum is that I wouldn’t feel comfortable.

‘I think I can definitely say that I wouldn’t feel comfortable in serving under Suella or actually saying that she is somebody that we probably have the same feminist ideals as.’

She added: ‘I’m just saying that Suella and I are on completely different planets when it comes to the rights of women and girls, and also the way that we talk about ethnic minorities, and specifically people like me who are from a refugee background.’

Ms Ali is the current CEO of The Five Foundation and a prominent campaigner against female genital mutilation (FGM). 

She was awarded an OBE in 2019 in recognition for her campaigning against FGM and gender inequality. 





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