All is set for Senator Ike Ekweremadu to be tried possibly for the last time and his fate sealed over the organ harvesting case involving the supposed kidney donor, David Nwamini Ukpo.


At the UK court where the resumption of the trial is to taking place on Thursday, August 4, the hall is jam-packed.


Also, no recording or any form of electronic device is allowed to be taken inside the court’s chamber.


In the last hearing on Thursday, July 7, the Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London, the United Kingdom (UK) ruled that Ukpo is not a minor, adding that he is actually 21 years old.


Added to this, the UK attorney-general approved that the case be tried at the Central Criminal Court in London.


Principal members of Senate re-appears in UK court for Ekweremadu


Adamu Bulkachuwa, the Senate committee chairman on foreign affairs, was in court to show support for Ekweremadu.



Trial adjourned, new date for hearing given

Ike Ekweremadu to remain in custody as the trial has been adjourned till Monday, October 31 for the next hearing


Trial adjourned, new date given

The trial has been adjourned till Monday, October 31, for the next hearing



Ekweremadu told to remain in UK police custody

The prosecutor said he should remain in custody as they would like the case to be tried soon.


BREAKING Ekweremadu has appeared in court

Ekweremadu has appeared in court and the trial has commenced. An application for a new counsel/representation for Ike Ekweremadu was filed at the court on Wednesday, August 3.

The Nigerian federal lawmakers will be tried by a high court judge for further hearing.




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