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ORGAN TRAFFICKING: Ex Governorship Candidate, Uche Nwosu Questions Age Of Ekweremadu Daughter’s Donor

Uche Nwosu, the ex governorship candidate in Imo State, has weighed in on the travails of Ike Ekweremadu, the ex Deputy Senate President and his wife, Beatrice.

The Nigerian Ex senate president was on Thursday remanded by the UK court in their custody over flying in a child for organ harvesting.

Uche Nwosu taking to his social media handle Shared pictures of the ‘minor’. He alleged that this is not a time to play politics, but questions from somebody who is not biased.

According to him, “My heart goes out to our brother, Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his family over the travails they are passing through in the UK at the moment.

“This is not time to play politics. Reports available in the public domain today has shown that Senator Ekweremadu wrote a letter sometime in December, 2021 in support of the UK Visa Application by Ukpo Nwamini David and clearly indicated the intention for his travel to the UK.

“The questions anyone that is unbiased should be asking are, a) What is the actual age of this young man in question? Is it possible that the young man, whose photos are now in the public domain is a minor as alleged? Are those photos that of a minor at 15 years?

“b) Is it possible that the Distinguished Senator took the young boy to UK without his consent or that of his family members or guardian since the kidney donation transactions started since 2021?”

The ex governorship candidate, Uche Nwosu went further to demand the fixing of Nigeria’s health system properly.

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