Paedo ringleader who made girls call him ‘Daddy’ nabs role at Monster Mansion

The mastermind of a paedophile grooming gang has been honoured as an 'equalities representative' while serving time behind bars for his depraved crimes.

Shabir Ahmed, 69, has been handed the prestigious title as he continues to serve his 22-year sentence at HMP wakefield, also known as monster mansion due to its influx of sex offenders.

The former taxi driver, who committed sexual crimes against children in Rochdale, Manchester, often told his victims to call him "Daddy."

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But now, he has been offered the important role which involves collecting thoughts from prisoners and liaising with officers.

Maggie Oliver, a former GMP detective who resigned over the handling of sexual abuse in the town, described the move as "unbelievable."

She said: "I just think it's another example of how there is no real common sense."

"It is really unbelievable that somebody like him should go anywhere near being an equalities officer. He showed himself right from the start, that he is I would say racist in the extreme. There is no way he understands what equality even is.

"It shows for me a lack of judgement from the authorities that runs right through that case. It is another example of them appeasing real criminals just to keep them happy and quiet, and I just don't agree with it."

Ahmed was convicted of two counts of rape, one sex assault, trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child, reports Manchester Evening News.

Behind bars, he flew into a rage when he heard another prisoner say terrorists should be "eradicated" on the morning of the suicide bombings in Belgium which left 32 victims dead and 340 injured.

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It has since emerged that Ahmed was employed by Oldham Council as a welfare rights officer, and was seconded to the Oldham Pakistani Community Centre in the early 2000s.

Despite concerns being raised about him and his arrest for the sexual assault of children, police failed to tell Ahmed's employers, according to a recently published report. "If this had happened, it may have potentially avoided the tragic abuse of other children…", the bombshell report on child abuse in Oldham stated.

It cited 'serious multiple failures' by both GMP and the local authority. It's understood that Ahmed is fighting a bid to deport him back to his native Pakistan from behind bars.

Ahmed previously wrote to the European Court of Human Rights to claim his convictions were a conspiracy to "scapegoat" Muslims. At an immigration tribunal, Ahmed said he was convicted by "eleven white jurors", adding: "It’s become fashionable to blame everything on Muslims these days."

A Prison Service spokesman said of the role at HMP Wakefield: "This role includes no safeguarding responsibilities and is intended to improve the behaviour of the prisoner."

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