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Nigerian Ex-deputy SP, Ekweremadu, Wife Risk Life Imprisonment In UK If…

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Reliable source said, Ekweremadu’s child has been suffering from a kidney disease and needed a transplant.

Meanwhile, a donor was gotten in Nigeria and was sent to the UK for investigation with the aim of providing a kidney.

However, the donor kidney did not match that of Ekweremadu’s child and was subsequently scheduled to return back to Nigeria.

The alleged donor after plenty of enjoyment refused to return to Nigeria and instead reported the matter to the UK police to seek asylum.

If convicted, the couple may get a maximum of life sentence or 12 months imprisonment or a fine or both on summary conviction under the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act 2015.

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The Act read, “A person guilty of an offence under Section 1 or 2 is liable (a)on conviction on indictment, to imprisonment for life; (b)on summary conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding 12 months or a fine or both.”

A statement by the Metropolitan Police said, “A woman and a man were charged today (Thursday) with conspiring to arrange the travel of a child into the UK to harvest organs.

The charges follow an investigation by the Metropolitan Police’s Specialist Crime team.

“[A] Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, 55 (10.9.66) of Nigeria is charged with conspiracy to arrange/facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation, namely organ harvesting.

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“[B] Ike Ekweremadu, 60 (12.05.62) of Nigeria is charged with conspiracy to arrange/facilitate the travel of another person with a view to exploitation, namely organ harvesting.”

The investigation was launched after detectives were alerted to potential offences under modern slavery legislation in May 2022, the force said.

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