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Fresh Document Shows Organ Donor In Ekweremadu’s Ordeal Is Over 21 Years Old


All might not have been heard about the travail of the former president of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, and his wife, Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu over their alleged role in human trafficking and organ harvesting.

The prosecutors told the court on Thursday, that Ekweremadus were being charged for bringing the 15-year-old boy from Nigeria to the UK with the claim that he was to be given a better life in the UK but was actually to harvest his organ. The prosecutors told the court that the former Senate President procured a passport for the boy and claimed he was 21 years old but discovered that he was 15 years old.

According to AriseTV, the organ was not harvested after the boy truthfully disclosed his age to the doctors at the Royal Free hospital. in the UK. The doctor canceled the procedure and the boy was immediately taken into the custody of the family who according to the prosecutors treated him like a slave until he escaped and found his way to the police where an investigation started, leading to the arrest of the couple.

But contrary to the claim by the British prosecutors Ukpo David Nwamini’s official National Identification Number, NIN shows that he’s truly not underage and above 22 years.

According to the document sighted by our correspondent, the Donor was born on the 12th of October, 2000. This means he’s over 21 years and corresponds with the claim on his visa application.

Also, from his Facebook profile which he has taken down, David is from Izzi in Ebonyi State and is already in a relationship according to his profile on the social media account.

Also, the claim of trafficking was nullified by the letter written by Mr. Ekweremadu to the British High Commission in Nigeria in support of a visa application Ukpo David.

In the letter, Mr. Ekweremadu disclosed that the applicant was traveling to the UK for medical examination to possibly donate a kidney to his daughter Sonia.

He said the examination would be carried out at the London Royal Free Hospital.

The Uxbridge Magistrate ordered Ekweremadu and his wife 

to be remanded in custody until July 7, 2022, for the next hearing on the case.

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