BREAKING: Nigeria Lawmakers For UK Over Ekweremadu’s Alleged Organ Harvesting Case

The Nigerian Senate has asked its committee on foreign affairs headed by Adamu Bulkachuwa (Bauchi North) to travel to the United Kingdom concerning the alleged organ harvesting case involving their former deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and his wife.

A Nigerian Kidney donor, David Nwamini had reported Ekweremadu, and his wife, Beatrice to the UK Police where they were charged to court and the court ordered that the couple be remanded in custody till July 7 while investigations continued into the allegations against them.

But worried by the situation, the Senate, after about one hour closed door meeting, said its committee on foreign affairs will collaborate with the Nigeria high commission in the UK and other relevant government agencies to ensure that Ekweremadu and wife get justice.

Speaking after the closed door meeting, Senate president Ahmad Lawan announced that the Senate delegation will be leaving the country by Friday for the UK.

“The Senate delegation will leave the country in two days, ” Lawan said while asking relevant government agencies to ensure that they give the Senate committee the necessary support that will ensure that they achieve success in their assignment.

“All federal government agencies should ensure that justice is done in the Ekweremadu’s case. The ministry of foreign affairs should ensure they provide every service that is required for the traveling and the engagement of our committee,” Lawan said.

Elanza News rports that the Nigeria High Commissioner to UK, Sarafadeen Ishola, has been doing alot to ensure Ekweremadu and his wife get a fair deal in the allegation including providing legal representation for the Nigerian couples.

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