This might not be good times for Senator Ike Ekweremadu, and his wife Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, for their alleged “conspiracy to arrange/facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation, namely organ harvesting.”
The UK Met Police, in a statement, had said that, “Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, 55 (10.9.66) of Nigeria, is charged with conspiracy to arrange/facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation, namely organ harvesting.
“Ike Ekweremadu, 60 (12.05.62) of Nigeria is charged with conspiracy to arrange/facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation, namely organ harvesting.”
Consequently, further investigations on the matter, according to prosecution when Senator and Mrs. Ekweremadu appeared at the Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court, West London today, revealed that, they were arraigned on charges of “conspiracy to arrange and/or facilitate the travel of a 15-year-old victim, with a view to exploitation, that it needed permission to proceed, because of jurisdiction issues, as most of the alleged offenses took place in the UK. “
Prosecutor Damla Ayas said, “In respect of these offences, the (UK) Attorney General’s consent is required and the Crown requires 14 days for that to be obtained.”
Therefore, the former Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, and his wife, Beatrice, “will have to wait till July 7, 2022 to know the next step after their arraignment over alleged organ-harvesting plot by the UK Met Police.”
Meanwhile, a medical visa application, for one Ukpo Nwanini David, dated December 28, 2021, and addressed to the Visa Section, British High Commission, Abuja, has surfaced online.
The application, which was signed by the former senate president, states, “I am writing in support of the visa application made by Mr. Ukpo Nwamini David, who is currently having medical investigations for a kidney donation to Ms. Sonia Ekweremadu.
“David and Sonia will be at the Royal Free Hospital London, and I will be providing the necessary funding.
“I have enclosed a statement of my bank account.”
The application reads in full: