Ike Ekweremadu, a Nigerian, and his wife were detained after being accused of organ harvesting in the UK.

Who is Ike Ekweremadu?  What has happened to him?

Ike Ekweremadu, a former deputy senate president of Nigeria, and his wife, Nwanneka Ekweremadu, have been accused of conspiring to organise the transportation of one kid to the UK for organ harvesting.

Following an inquiry by the Metropolitan Police Specialist squad, 60-year-old Ekweremadu and his 55-year-old wife are placed under custody.

In one declaration that they provided with BBC Pidgin, the Metropolitan Police took responsibility.

“Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, of Nigeria, was arrested with conspiring to set up or aid the journey of an oda person in order to exploit them, namely to harvest their organs.

Ike Ekweremadu is accused of conspiring to set up or enable an oda pesin’s travel with the intention of abuse, specifically organ harvesting “di assertion tok.

Who be Ike Ekweremadu?

Former Nigerian deputy senate president Ike Ekweremadu has served in the Senate as a legislator and lawmaker for Nigeria. Before joining politics he was a law student.

Investigators were notified about suspected child exploitation offences, and the Metropolitan Police’s Strategic Investigation Team launched an inquiry.

They were accused of removing body organs without asking permission from the victim. It is an expensive crime by selling someone’s organ for money. Organ harvesting is a hideous crime.

A representative for the Universities of Lincoln stated: “Visiting professors are frequently non-resident at the university, unpaid, and advisory, as is the case in this case.

We have serious concerns about the nature of these allegations, but we are unable to say further at this time because a police investigation is ongoing.”

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