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Just In: Big Trouble for Ekweremadu, Wife, As UK Slams Nigerian Doctor With Fresh Charges

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Just In: Big Trouble for Ekweremadu, Wife, As UK Slams Nigerian Doctor With Fresh Charges

 

 

 

Fresh details have emerged regarding the trial of Senator Ike Ekweremadu and wife, Beatrice

 

This time around, a UK doctor has been charged for working closely with the former deputy senate president to harvest the kidney of a Nigerian

 

Meanwhile, the doctor is also believed to have planned the travel of Ukpo Nwamini David from Nigeria to the UK

 

In a new report by The Nation, a London-based medical doctor has been charged over an alleged plot to harvest the kidney of a homeless Nigerian, for Senator Ike Ekweremadu and wife, Beatrice.

 

Identified simply as Obinna Obeta, aged 50, of Hillbeck Close, Southwark, southeast London, appeared at Bexley Magistrates’ Court on 13 July, accused of conniving with the Ekweremadus to arrange for the travel of Ukpo Nwamini David (21) from Nigeria to the UK.

 

The doctor working with the former lawmaker

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Obeta is also alleged to have conspired with the former Deputy Senate President to arrange or facilitate the travel of David with a view to exploiting him via organ harvesting.

 

The charges against the doctor

 

The charges come under the Modern Slavery Act, according to The Mail of London.

 

Prosecutors claim the Ekweremadus planned to have David’s kidney removed so it could be given to their daughter.

 

David is said to have refused to consent to the procedure after undergoing tests at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, north-west London.

 

The prosecutors are also accusing the Ekweremadus of treating David as a slave before he escaped and went to Staines police station in Surrey.

 

 

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