Ekweremmadu Arrested In Uk For Organ Harvest

Ike ekweremmadu arrested for organ harvest in UK

IkeThe London Metropolitan Police have accused two Nigerians of connivance to deal with a young child to the United Kingdom to reap organs.

The charges – a lady and a man – have similar names and ages as Nigeria’s previous Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and spouse Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu.

The police said the charges followed an examination by the Metropolitan Police’s Specialist Crime group and gave a few subtleties of the denounced as follows:
[A] Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, 55 (10.9.66) of Nigeria is accused of a scheme to orchestrate/work with the movement of someone else with a view to double-dealing, in particular organ gathering.

B] Ike Ekweremadu, 60 (12.05.62) of Nigeria is accused of connivance to orchestrate/work with the movement of someone else with a view to double-dealing, specifically organ reaping.

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“The examination was sent off after analysts were made aware of likely offenses under present-day servitude regulation in May 2022,” the police said.

The bits of true-to-life information are given to matching the openly accessible individual information of Mr. Ekweremadu, a serving congress person and previous Deputy Senate President, and his significant other.

From the Pandora Papers examination, HEZ NEWS discovered that Mr. Ekweremadu is a UK occupant.

Mr. Ekweremadu’s representative, Uche Anichukwu, has been reached yet presently can’t seem to answer our inquiries as of the hour of this report.

They have both been remanded in care and will show up at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court sometime in the afternoon,” the informant said.

HEZ NEWS reached the London informant for more data.

“As criminal procedures are presently in progress we won’t give further subtleties,” the informant said.

While the police didn’t express the orientation of the kid, they said “A kid has been protected and we are working intimately with accomplices on proceeded with help.”