Ekweremadu and Wife Prosecuted on Charges of Organ Harvesting in London

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Ekweremadu and Wife Prosecuted on Charges of Organ Harvesting in London

Ekweremadu and Wife Prosecuted on Charges of Organ Harvesting in LondonThe Metropolitan Authorities’ Specialist Crime squad conducted an investigation, according to the police, who also provided some information about the accused.

Two Nigerians have been accused by the London Metropolitan Police of conspiring to bring a child to the UK for organs harvest, the police announced on Thursday.

Ike Ekweremadu, a former deputy senator in Nigeria, and his wife Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu share the same names and ages as the accused, a man and a woman.

Ekweremadu and Wife Prosecuted on Charges of Organ Harvesting in London The Metropolitan Authorities’ Specialist Crime Team conducted an investigation, according to the police, who provided the following information about the accused:

 Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, 55 (10.9.66), of Nigeria, is accused of conspiring to set up or aid another person’s trip with the intention of exploitation, specifically organ harvesting.

 Ike Ekweremadu, 60 (12.05.62), of Nigeria is accused of conspiring to set up or aid another person’s trip with the intention of exploitation, specifically organ harvesting.

According to the police, “the inquiry was started when investigators were notified of probable violations under modern slavery regulations in May 2022.”

The biographical information presented corresponds to the information on Mr. Ekweremadu, a serving lawmaker and former deputy Senate president, and his wife that is available in the data provided.

Uche Anichukwu, the spokesperson for Mr Ekweremadu, has been contacted, but as of the time of publication, he has not replied to our inquiries.

Ekweremadu and Wife Prosecuted on Charges of Organ Harvesting in London, They have both been placed in custody and will show up in court later today, according to the Police.

The police claimed that they have secured the child and are working on further care, but nothing has been said about the identity of the child.

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