Friends and acquaintances of Ramsay El-Nakla, 36, are said to be shunning him and deciding whether he might be allowed to stay in the business. There’s even talk that he might need to be deported for the general health of the country.
“If we’d known then what we know now we’d never have allowed it” said Stephen Stewart, 50.
“How could he try to work with us given this?” demanded Victoria McGowan, 41.
In a joint statement they said “How can this be allowed? There must be a law about it. The services so vital to Scotland’s economy and society must be proteced from vileness like this. ”
Over the weekend it was revealed that the brother in law of Ramsay El-Nakla is Humza Yousaf, First Minister of Scotland.
“You go to work supplying the needs of customers, an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay, and then find out that one of the people you work with is involved in politics. I feel all dirty now” said Ms. McGowan.