- Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice have both appeared at Westminister Magistrates Court in the UK
- The couple are on trial over alleged attempted kidney failure of an alleged minor, David Ukpo
- Some members of the Senate and the Nigerian High Commission in the UK are said to be in the courtroom to demonstrate their support for Ekweremadu
UK – Embattled former Deputy Senate Speaker Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice have arrived in the UK courtroom of Westminster Magistrates Court for their trial.< /p>
The Cable reports that the Ekweremadus arrived at court about two hours later than expected.
More mysteries about the boy Ekweremadu took to Britain has, come to light, w o he lives what he does for a living
Meanwhile, more facts about David’s identity had come to light Ukpo Nwanmini, Th The boy, who was named by the former Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice were taken to the UK for organ harvesting.
According to an acquitted businessman and laptop engineer, Oyekan Tobi, the boy is definitely not a 15-year-old boy .
Tobi, who is also a postgraduate student at the Nigeria Institute of Journalism, Ogba Lagos, spoke after the alleged 15-year-old boy’s passport surfaced online.
According to him, the boy on the pass named David hails from the state of Ebonyi and helps his older brother Linus (aka) Mile 2 with customers at the market. P
“His older brother deals in phone accessories, it is incorrect to say that the boy is 15 years old because he is 15 Years old is years don’t have the energy to lug customers to market with other guys. He’s not a boy you can hit along the way and just run away. So he should be in his 20s.”
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Things had been going horribly badly for Ike Ekweremadu, former Deputy Senate President, in the past few days.
The most recent allegation against him was against his wife Beatrice and they were both arrested and tried for bringing a child to the UK for organ harvesting. Metropolitan Police said the couple were brought to justice following an investigation by the police’s Specialized Crime Team.
Police added that the investigation was launched after detectives in the May 2022 were alerted to potential offenses under modern slavery legislation.