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Nwanneka Ekweremadu and Ike Ekweremadu charged with bringing child to UK to harvest organs

Nwanneka Ekweremadu and Ike Ekweremadu charged to bring a child from Nigeria to UK to harvest their organs



Nwanneka Ekweremadu and Ike Ekweremadu charged with ‘trying to bring child to UK to harvest their organs’

According to the Metropolitan Police, a man and a woman have been charged with arranging to arrange for the transportation of a child to the United Kingdom for the purpose of harvesting organs from the youngster.

Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, 55, and Ike Ekweremadu, 60, both of whom are originally from Nigeria, have been remanded in custody and are scheduled to make an appearance at the Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court later on today.

They are both accused of participating in a conspiracy with the intent to arrange or aid the flight of another individual for the purpose of exploitation, specifically organ harvesting.

According to the Metropolitan Police Department, a youngster has been saved. Scotland Yard has not disclosed the age of the youngster, the child’s gender, or the location of the arrests at this time.

However, because the suspects are appearing in court in Uxbridge, it seems likely that they were detained at Heathrow Airport, which is located close.

According to the statement made by the force, the inquiry was started when detectives in May 2022 were made aware of suspected violations of regulations pertaining to modern slavery.

In 2017, a former government official in Nigeria made the allegation that migrants from his nation were being forced into slavery and then having their organs harvested after being enslaved.

They buy them, put them into slavery, and then either kill them, mutilate them, torment them, or force them to work themselves to death.

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