- Report shows that former deputy senate president Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice, took a homeless boy to UK
- The purpose of doing this is reportedly to harvest organs of the boy who was picked from the street of Lagos by the lawmaker
- Meanwhile, the lawmaker and his wife, Beatrice have been remanded by Uxbridge Magistrate court in the UK
The identity of the child Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice, took the United Kingdom for the purpose of organ harvesting has been revealed.
Though the name and photo of the child was not revealed to the public, details about the victim has however been made known.
According to the charge sheet, the victim is an homeless boy who was taken off the street of Lagos state.
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Alleged victim is this case is homeless 15 year old boy who was brought to the U.K. by Mr and Mrs Ekweremadu off the streets of Lagos Nigeria.
This was disclosed Adefemi Akinsanya of Arise TV in a tweet seen by Legit.ng.
BREAKING: UK magistrate court denies Ekweremadu and his wife bail
Recall that Legit.ng reported that Uxbridge Magistrate court has denied Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president, and his wife, Beatrice, bail following their arrest.
Recall that the lawmaker was arrested and charged to court alongside his wife for bringing a child to the UK for organ harvesting.
According to Arise TV, Ike and Beatrice Ekweremadu both appear at Uxbridge Magistrate Court on charges relating to the conspiracy of human trafficking for organ harvesting.
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Within the past few days, things have turned out terribly bad for Ike Ekweremadu, former deputy senate president.
The recent against him affected his wife, Beatrice, as well as they were both arrested and charged to court for bringing a child to the UK for organ harvesting. The metropolitan police said the pair were charged to court following an investigation by the police’ specialist crime team.
The police added that the investigation was launched after detectives were alerted to potential offences under modern slavery legislation in May 2022.