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Saturday, June 25, 2022

EkweremaduGATE - Donor Was Already In The UK For Months And Perfected His 'Organ Harvest' Story To Avoid Return To Nigeria...

This is an SDK Blog Story....




After doing some SDK BLOG Investigations, it is important to note that contrary to what most Blogs are posting, the young lad named Ukpo Nwamini David who was supposed to be a donor to the Daughter of former Senate President Ekweremadu did not travel with them to the UK but had already travelled ahead months before and perfected his plans after he may have changed his mind on being a donor to their daughter ...


Also worthy to note is that the Ekweremadu's were not arrested on their way to Turkey but were arrested when they arrived the UK on Tuesday morning of June 21, 2022 from Nigeria via Turkish airline.....

They were not headed to Turkey and had no intention of going there.


SDK Blog asked insider sources why the young lad was not checked in a reputable hospital to make sure he was a match before being taken abroad, the sources said '' Tests were carried out in a reputable hospital in Abuja and he was a perfect match for their daughter Chinonso, I am also shocked that the Hospital in the UK said he was not a match.....Everything probably changed after the boy changed his story and age... He had been there for a while and must have asked around on how to get his story to suit his plans. Those who live abroad will understand perfectly what he did'


The young lad is not homeless or picked from Lagos as has been reported... He lives in Abuja and has an address.


Attached are documents of Ukpo Nwamini David whose date of birth indicates he is over 20 years old (An adult).  


Also worthy of note is the details of his BVN. His date of birth is clearly captured as October 12, 2000. It is also important to note that the said BVN registration was done over 3 years ago, on January 31, 2019.








Are Minors allowed to have BVN in Nigeria?

155 comments:

  1. He even has a TikTok account saw a video where he was doing the money making challenge . Some one that has strong face like this . Looking at this person it’s obvious he can never be 15. He looks older than 21 . People like this will make genuine asylum seekers lose face . It’s just so unfortunate .
    I hope and pray he is deported and jailed !!
    Even if he is not jailed he should be deported .
    I don’t car much for Ekweremadu but this guy shld be punished for giving Nigeria a bad name

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    1. No need for jail term, deporting is enough so he can be safe and far away from the people that want to use him

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    2. Aren't the polithieves who are going abroad for every medical needs, even to urinate, the ones "giving Nigeria a bad name?"

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    3. I wonder how no one in their family (immediate, extended) even no one from their village was a match; someone that will have their genuine interest at heart. That they had to go as far as getting a boy who sold phones in d mkt....A hustler, WHY? bcos they are used to everythn settlement. You shld know if he taste UK he will NEVER want to come back bcos of the ROT you created....Politicians always using the poor but this one back-fired.

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    4. Why are they displaying the boy’s BVN number?

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    5. Sdk,the issue at hand is not only about the boys age but the fact that he was paid to donate his organ. That's against WHO and most Western countries code of conduct. it's seen
      as exploitation and it's illegal bcos if not frowned upon the rich will continue to prey on the poor and vulnerable. It's indeed a sad situation and i feel
      pity for their sick daughter. May God stretch forth his healing hands upon her. I still believe a donor within their nuclear or extended family would have been the best instead of cutting corners.

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    6. God bless you Bed and Roses. Why a hustler? Why he poor boy?

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    7. Yes minors have bvn,but the bvn no,belongs to their parent. They only update at the age of 18 to have their own no.

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    8. Well said!
      The story I read here in the UK, is totally unrelated to what Stella posted.
      Stella, please do your investigations based on the statement that the crime unit of the Metropolitan police released.
      Only the mercy of God can bring them out of the situation.

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    9. Continue sipping my zobo as I watch happenings going on. I will refrain from taking a side at this cusp 😁😁😁 whatever that means.

      Let the court run it course.

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    10. 12:33 that’s not the issue
      No one is alleging he was paid

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    11. 13.30 minors can never have BVN. You cannot share your parent s BVN.

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    12. Anon 13:30 that's NIN number not BVN. No minor has a BVN number. stop spreading false info

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    13. It's not enough to call the guy a criminal. Why discuss issues like this with the boy o er a monetary reward? Somehow I see foul play and I call it exploitation

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    14. Please do proper investigations before it comes back to you. That passport up there is very very new and recent. It’s the new ones being given out. Please carry out a proper investigation.

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    15. 17:24, did anyone mention anything about the passport being old?

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    16. That's the new passport: hideous to look at.

      I pray their daughter gets perfectly healed. The news of her parents' arrest cannot be good for her health at this critical time.

      Those with access to other countries should face front. I had an experience that was such a close call. Even a plane sheet of paper, I won't deliver on behalf of anyone from Nigeria not to talk of bringing over someone who isn't immediate family after an objective check. The heart of Nigerians who feel left behind is terribly wicked. Most of them cannot even spare a short prayer for the ailing lady. They do far worse to Nigerians who bent over backwards to help them even when those Nigerians cannot be accused of stealing their so called public funds. They are willing to sell their own mothers to step on foreign soil. Choosing to ruin a helper is easy for them.

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    17. Anon 13.37, my minor children use my bvn. When my first turned 18 she got her own bvn.

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  2. Looking at his face, you will see a criminal with wicked mind.

    A section said, he is a family member, he agreed to give his kidney and images flying online showed that he is truly 21 and not 18.

    Because of greed of staying abroad, you went as far as tarnishing the image of a prominent citizen. I hope the UK finds the truth and do the needful.

    People should stop listening to those giving them advise to do illegality for selfish gains.

    ***Dont know what happened to my ID, I cant comment with my ID

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    1. Prominent citizen who has contributed to the ruin in our nation? The man Ekweremadu is part of the rot in our country today. If they had fixed our health sector, his likes wouldn't be running to the West at the slightest chance for medicals. Let them face the ugly music! Ntoor!!! No pity

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    2. People like Ekweremadu and other Nigerian politicians voted him in severally. You get what you deserve in terms of leadership. You have found the perfect excuse for this wicked soul who would play with the life of someone he knows directly just to live a life of strife in the UK. JJC go soon understand.

      If you are not from an oil producing community: not state o, Relax, no one stole your money as you have none with your taxes amounting to nothing. What money is in Ebonyi for anyone to steal?

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  3. I do not trust politicians.
    They can manufacture all these documents, BVN overnight, to suit their narratives. Why did a reputable News like Arise News air their correspondent's report outside the courts in London saying that they were arrested about to board a flight to Turkey and he had 20k dollars in his pocket? Go to Youtube and listen to her report. She was right there in the court where the prosecutors presented their case.

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    1. Even Daily mail reported that they we arrested heading out to Turkey. Stella,your source most likely hasn’t got the right story despite being close to them. Reports say they had been in the UK for up to 10days and Ekweremadu received an award from the Nigerian community within those day. The boy has been in the UK since February and the Doctor refused to harvest him stating he wasn’t aware of the gravity of the action he was about to undertake.

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    2. See the way they are even publishing the boy’s BVN number as per he is a nobody. Thank God the case is in a country where no one is above the law.

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    3. My thoughts too, all this can be back dated for this purpose. With money and knowing the right people in Nigeria a lot of things are possible. His media team are trying to save face and cover things up for him. They have paid social media influencers to circulate this story.

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    4. This one thinks any news platform is reputable πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    5. Arise News and reputable in one sentence, l laugh in swahili 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    6. I don’t trust them either
      Even if this report is true, I’m glad someone was able to outsmart a Nigerian polithiefian

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    7. BECAUSE IT IS DAILY MAIL THAT WROTE IT MEANS THEY ARE CORRECT? SIT DOWN THERE AND BE YARNING DUST; THIS STORY WILL AFFECT ALL NIGERIANS IF IT IS NOT CORRECTED; TOO MUCH DISGRACE ABROAD AS A NIGERIA.....

      MY SOURCE IS TRUSTED AND CORRECT

      I WILL BRING MORE UPDATES

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    8. BVN overnight? You think Ekweremadu have that power to manufacture a thing like that. What about the Passport? he manufacture it while in London custody? Oh dear me!!! Now I see the problem with the black mind and their reasoning. We really need not just leadership change but mentality change as well

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    9. Stella, this is the same question I asked Chike yesterday. Is the UK infallible? Didn't we see or read cases where people where wrongly accused, convicted and sent to jail but later it was found they were innocent and compensation was later awarded to them. We shouldn't just say, oh cos it's the UK, he's guilty. Let's wait for the proceedings to know what really happened.

      Only God is infallible. Let the court serve justice on this case and bring the culprit to book.

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    10. TeeJay, Nigerian politician politicians have manufactured waec and NYSC discharge certificates from paid officials before, haven't they?
      Looks like you are being blinded by ethnic bias. A bum onye Igbo like you. It is a case of light versus darkness here.

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    11. Teejay (Yes, I'll keep coming for you),

      "Now I see the problem with the black mind and their reasoning. We really need not just leadership change but mentality change as well"

      You are just seeing right? I guess better late than never!

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    12. But Teejay, you are always the first to call on the international community in regards to your Nnamdi Kami.

      Isn't the UK court a part of this same International community that you idolized?

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    13. I'll gotten passports everywhere not to talk of drive Ng license too. This is Nigeria where people cut corners inorder to something. They can get a passport and state a different date of birth. No b our presidential candidate say he still be sixty something

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    14. The donor guy is a criminal. They are always doing it, u carry a house help abroad and they report u that u trafficked them. I don’t even know what they think is abroad that they start lying. They assume they just stay there and money grows from trees. When things don’t work out they turn to criminals and end up In Prison.

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    15. 14:08 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    1. False prophet ♡25 June 2022 at 13:14

      I dont see the Ekweremadus being acquitted on all counts, NO WAY! I've never seen UK government charge a Nigerian to court for a crime, and deny you bail then ure considered flight risk,
      and after the court hearing, they acquit you of all charges, never happened to my knowledge, I might be wrong. They're thorough with their extensive investigations.

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    2. They’ll soon grant them bail
      The story is fast moving and updates coming in
      Court was alarmed by the story at first but details are coming in

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  5. As at the 2019,he wasn't a minor.
    If the story up there is true, it is unfortunate, sad and totally wrong.
    Sadly, we live in a dog eat dog country/world.
    Too many stories on this particular story,, hopefully the truth will be revealed and the erring party punished.

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  6. Hmmmm
    This is kinda serious,was there no written agreement between both parties??
    The senator should have perfected all this loopholes before taking the guy abroad.

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    1. When devil want to settle down and punish you for your past transgressions, he will make u blind and stupid

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    2. The hospital will not honor a written agreement for this
      He still has to have a meeting with the doctors and confirm he wants the transplant

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    3. Hahahahaha @13.05

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  7. These are the issues
    Boy was about seeking asylum at all cost to the detriment of his sponsors.

    Reason we should be careful passing judgement hastily, I understand we dont like our politicians πŸ˜‰.

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    1. False prophet ♡25 June 2022 at 13:07

      I didnt see his sponsors having his best interest at heart, he was treated like a goat meat that didnt blend with jollof rice and they were already jetting out to Turkey for Beef, before they were apprehended, that's inhumane.
      They were so careless, and ignored alot.

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    2. Dude did not think it through
      These are popular people. If you say they are using you as a slave, the case wil be investigated
      Keep in mind, the investigation started because he supposedly ran away from them after they allegedly maltreated him for refusing the procedure. He ran away and then reported them
      The hospital did not report initially so this talk about him being a minor originated from him

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    3. Now you see reason why I apologized for my hasty judgment yesterday and some persons thought I was wrong doing that. I just want to be sure who's wrong and right before I will make further comment to them.

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    4. Think guys think. If they wanted to do it in turkey why would they bother going through the uk?? The donor just wanted to japa.

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  8. I’ll wait for the court hearing so as to see the evidence the UK police have against them. I know those people hardly make arrests without at least one strong evidence strong enough to hang their suspects.

    The UK police knows this is strong allegation and maybe lead to a strong sue for compensation by the plaintiffs if they are wrong or have no credible evidence to back this case up.

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    1. Not all persons arrested by the police or prosecuted are convicted. Right?

      All over the world, the police is trained to act on allegation, and to act further on prima facie (face value) evidence. It is the prosecutor who needs strong evidence to prosecute criminal cases most times and, in the other times, prima facie evidence to prosecute some special cases. The crimes alleged here are special in nature. So, prima facie evidence is good enough to act on. But prima facie evidence is the weakest form of evidence for prosecuting crime.

      Arraignment and prosection of persons serve different purposes. And conviction may sometime not be the main aim.

      The case has already achieved one purpose - the UK will not accept the alleged conduct. A
      point has also been made to all Nigerian rulers: stay away from the UK if you have this kind of plan.

      But it is hoped that Nigerian Rulers would learn from the reaction to this case how their refusal to be humane in rulership has breed so much ill will towards them and their families. That Nigerians believed the allegations even before the court verdict is telling. For as someone said, rulers who hid donated Covid-19 palliatives from their citizens can do anything any one of their citizens. Will they learn?

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  9. So if he was twenty years, how does that change the fact that he was not a willing donor? How do they prove that they told him what his mission to UK was all about? Did they sign pacts in Nigeria too?

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    1. I don't support sen. Ike but you are a fool learn to think. Ike. the boy, the wife and you nah the same okada carry all of una. Bunch of fools.

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    2. You can state you point, and point holes in people's comments with name calling. It shows immaturity when you engage in name calling.

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    3. You believe someone showed up at a hospital in the UK and would be cut open without the physician gaining informed consent and the person signing a number of documents and being seen by a number of other doctors where a similar pattern will play out before his skin touches a single scalpel? You think a kidney transplant is like spontaneous delivery or lysing a boil? When you hear harvest, do you think it is like what obtains in the farm?

      The doctor discussed himself a fortune in legal fees one the documentation they had on their records changed. If you verbally refuse consent on your way to be sedated for surgery, it's hands off. You are signing another form and it just may be in another hospital.

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  10. Even if he was 21 the British Govt will still consider him as "vunerable". A young adult from a disadvantaged background probably bcos of hardship was made to donate his kidney to a rich family just for a better life.
    Its just a mess all the way round, he played them but i dont pity them.

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    1. Gaakia they should have looked for willing donor within their family. Either way they're not coming out of this mess anytime soon bcoz paying for organ donation is illegal period

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    2. False prophet ♡25 June 2022 at 13:20

      I see a sacrificial lamb biting their asses.
      You're talking about an advanced country that's sentimental towards the less privileged, even if the boy cooperated comprehensively, it could easily be known if hes a minor, regardless of what his passport DOB says.The teeth are the most accurate age indicators, you think the UK government wouldnt recognise a minor if they see one???

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    3. You are right, B&R, it is called dispossession. The boy will be seen not to have willingly agreed to donate, and the Ekweremmadu's will go for it.

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    4. George Michael practically bought a new pair of lungs but the thing is that was outside the UK. He was way down the list and was losing time. I feel for this family but as long as it's not someone close to them, no matter who donates, it looks bad because of their socioeconomic class.

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  11. To be fair to both sides, a document can be backdated in Nigeria just to cover up. BVN or not there's a politician involved and can do anything. This is Africa, a birth certificate can be redone several times to reflect change of information so is any document.

    However, looking at that boy's picture, he' looks above 20 years to me. He's not a minor, I think he scammed them through the way to relocate. Not caring if this couple go to jail or not, nor if their daughter they are trying to save die in the process.
    It's wicked to say the least but this is the country they the politicians created through corruption and greed. People will do anything just to survive because the national resources have been shared among the privileged few, leaving the masses in abject poverty. A hungry man is an angry man they say...

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    1. Thank you! They created the monsters. They should dance to the music.

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    2. Yes,our evil politicians created all these hungry monsters we have today. our youths can do anything for money.

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    3. The sad truth

      I wish I could feel sorry for them

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    4. At this point I will wait to hear from the boy. Whatever he has said, may say is the final truth. No politician can be more honest than the masses. If the boy say he’s 12 I will believe him. Suffering has made a lot of people look older than their actual age. If you doubt me ask our celebrities

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    5. A heartless 21 year old boy perpetrates such wickedness and you blame it on the government. When will you Nigerians start taking responsibility for your actions? Who are the people in government that you are talking about? Not Nigerians like you and l? 😑😑

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    6. False prophet ♡25 June 2022 at 13:35

      I see you termed him "heartless", maybe they realized that and opted for his Kidney instead, or else they would have harvested both. Are you thinking straight at all, Eesah???? Or you just enjoy being at the opposite side and end of the barrel.

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    7. Heartless people of a nation equals to heartless politicians, @EEssah,why are you confused? You saying the same thing most are saying here, people breed politicians, politicians breed People, in logic this is called inference.

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    8. @ Fan, many ppl forget that. Hard life truly does age you. That boy's face looks like someone who has faced a hard life.

      Organ donation is a huge undertaking and can affect the donor's own health in the longterm. All these donor stories only ever show the good outcome for the recipient, nobody never talks about the bad outcome for the donor. And I understand why, but full disclosure in everything is necessary.

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    9. Bashir El rufai! Is that you?

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    10. Would you say the same if hoodlums attacked you for your better placement in life, saying that your parents created their monstrous behavior? These monsters are the major part of the population, with an excuse really ready for when they are caught.

      It is this kind of wicked mindset that brought forward the politicians that are in power today. They were chosen by wicked and greedy people with no thought for tomorrow. People who choose to sell their future for urgent 2k or less have no business complaining about those in power. Our less educated, exposed or advantaged forebears didn't do that in numbers so high.

      There are still Nigerians that would just say no to unethical practices. You people seem to be ready with excuses to do every wicked deed.

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  12. Why wasn't anybody from Ekweremadu's family qualified as a donor? Usually, medically speaking, close relatives are better matches. It is the usual deprivation of the poor which is the norm among Nigerian politicians.

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    1. Thank you. As usual, they think they can use the looted funds to get whatever they wanted. This one backfire

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    2. Abioo! They want to use the innocent boy to achieve their selfish desire.

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    3. Maybe nobody was interested in being a donor for them. Maybe they were trying keep it secret. Who knows🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️

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    4. This little crook is suddenly innocent. Let us assume Ike stole money belonging to faceless people with whom he has no direct association.

      This future politician saw a young lady like himself on a sick bed and still decided to pull this kind of stunt knowing the shock, distraction and delay may as well end her life. Such experiments in philosophy show that the boy is far more wicked. People like him deserve Ekweremadu. She wiser

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    5. And worse

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    6. But the young man was tested and found not to be a match, so he couldn't do the surgery even if he wanted to. How is he a crook? He showed up to the hospital and submitted himself for the very painful testing process. He did not walk away from anything. The law of the UK prohibits personal organ donors, all must use the list. It is the senator's camp in their desperation who did not do their due diligence in more ways than one.

      I doubt it is the young man who filed any charges, likely he was asked some questions and did not answer well and the hospital alerted the police. How many street hawkers in a strange foreign country facing authority is going to have the presence of mind to answer with eloquence. That young person was boxed in and spilled all he knew through nervousness. Was he exploited? Possibly.

      It would have been better for the senator and his wife to plead on the mercy of a doctor or nurse who is on the organ donor board at the hospital and could push their daughter's case forward. Sometimes the board has to decide who gets that lone organ that comes up, patients need someone to advocate on their behalf in those closed door meetings.

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  13. UK hospital said he isn't a match and Abuja hospital said he is a match, oh well..lets see how this all pans out...

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  14. Thank you so very much Stella.

    I posted my thoughts immediately this story broke. But understandably, people are very angry with politicians in general, especially one who supposedly spoke ill of the political rave of the moment (I say this because knowing my country people, they will change tunes when they see that it takes more than....."let's leave that story for another day")

    Since this happened, I saw the anger, viciousness, lies brandished as inside sources, and jubilation over someone else's travails, and I knew that we, as a people have become so debased.

    I understand. I hope the senator will learn from this when he eventually comes out if this mess to know that they have failed and created monsters that will watch others go to jail gleefully to satisfy their own needs. After all, that's also what the senator and his family were trying to do.

    A dog eat dog world.

    People, and not just politicians, in whatever position you find yourself, BE KIND.

    Thanks Stella.

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    1. ##of this mess

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    2. Your last paragraph πŸ’―πŸ‘Œ

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    3. Be kind and I hope everyone learn from this including the boy. I pity them Sha.

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    4. Nollywood will soon release the blockbuster movie of this intriguing drama.

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  15. Well done, Stella.

    One might say this boy looks 21 or above 18 but the thing is, a hard life can make one look older than their age. Let me just wait for the court hearing and all. Politicians have so hurt us that one can't have a bit of pity for them. Will you blame us?

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    1. God bless you sis.
      If this boy says he’s 10yrs I will believe him. After all we use to believe our celebrities. Some will even defend their obvious lies by claiming they attended the same secondary school with them.
      I believe this boy because he attended the same primary school with my nephew, he’s just 12yrs

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    2. Everyone of them will be fine, let the senator feel what an average Nigerian pass through as a result of their bad governance.
      They taught the boy how to lie effortlessly without putting others into consideration,(that is if the boy lied against them)

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  16. Who am I to doubt them. May the person saying the truth get justice.

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  17. I still sense some rigmarole here o
    Why pick an opportunist from nowhere to be a donor for your daughter??
    I thought we had legit donor applicants,Why tow this part.
    I still think they took advantage of the boy's ignorance and desperation.
    The boy should be punished,alongside the senator and his wife.

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    1. To me, I sense the senator never wanted this to get to the public the reason he might have gone for a low key individual. An adult might turn out to be a blackmailer to him or want to marry the daughter afterward or spread it everywhere.

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    2. @Teejay you are not getting it under British Law what the Ekeremadu did whether the boy is 21 is ILLEGAL,even if he consented. They still see it as Organ trafficking....they promised the boy money/better life. Under WHO organs are not to be traded for monetary gain. Pls read up on British laws and organ donation.

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    3. At beds no you are the one not getting it
      There is no allegation that there was any trafficking for money exchange
      You are adding that
      The allegation is that he was a minor and was used as a slave.

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    4. Organ Trafficking is part of the charges pls go and read it. The boy was brought to the UK to harvest his organs and " promised a better life". I am quoting what was said. Promising him a better life in exchange of his organ; it is against the law and considered as traficking.

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  18. Stella na so!! This is their modus operandi. He would have interacted with a few people who will 'teach' him what to do as against what he agreed with them. The desperation is real!!

    Oya go back to Nigeria since you claim you are not aware of why you are in the UK and no longer want to be a donor? Mba!!

    I almost brought one to the UK to help me with the kids when i was struggling, thank God my husband talked me out of it.

    This should serve as a lesson to our politicians, fix the country, If our healthcare was good with excellent facilities, I am sure the Ekeremadus will not be facing all these ridicule and embarrassment. YOUR WEALTH WILL NOT ALWAYS WORK FOR YOU., FIX NIGERIA.

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    1. Yess ooo it is God that saved you ooo. They would have gone to report you that you are keeping them as a slave so that they can get papers.

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    2. At your last paragraph, if this had happened here, they wouldn't have been caught. The country should still be fix please.

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    3. Even if he chooses to return to Nigeria, you think the UK Gov will grant that request?

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    4. This should be a wake up call call for whoever wins the next election, FIX THIS NATION for us all.

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    5. Why would you bring someone from Nigeria when there are Nigerians and others you can hire over there unless you were trying to exploit the person by paying them peanuts or even in naira? I don't pity people that get in trouble for exploiting others because labour is cheap in Nigeria. Even while in Nigeria, I couldn't understand why someone will employ a kid as young as 8 years old to care for a baby when they can employ people above 18 years.

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    6. You people will just jump under someone's comment and be typing crap. It is not always about money. I wanted someone i could trust..I employed 3 people in the UK and they messed me up. One of them was in her 60s who turned out to be my boss in my own home.
      I wanted someone I knew from back home and I had someone in my mind. She was someone well know to the family, a 30 year old lady. I will not even hire a 21 year old to stay with my baby let alone 18.I prefer very mature people with experience.

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  19. This issue reminds me of the case of the Ghanaian woman in the US that brought in a relative from Ghana to help her take care of her children. This relative went to tell the government she was traffiked and slavery issues etc. This case eventually killed the woman after spending so many years in prison.
    This guy knows what he is doing. He set this couple up big time. He will be granted asylum in the UK eventually.

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    1. I live in the US and there are so many Nigerians in the US who brought over househelps, maltreat them and pay them very low, below minimum wage, and still seize their passports so they can't travel. It's illegal and modern day slavery. All that is wrong is wrong abeg. It's immoral to take advantage of naive, vulnerable, poor individuals who lack the mental capacity to make informed decisions

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    2. Hahaha 12:29 you are wrong
      This is not a common practice in the u.s.

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    3. God bless you anon 14:11 This is what they do and try to justify it when reported. Even if the person isn't maltreated, the person has to be paid the minimum wage by law. You can draw up a contract to deduct the accomodation and feeding from the amount or have them pay you for these but don't pay them 50k naira per month and think you are doing them a favor by bringing them over. With the current conversion rate, that money will seem so small when the help reports you to the police that the person will be charged with slavery.

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    4. 14:53, no you are wrong. It is very common among African immigrants in the US.

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  20. Nigerians were really hasty in condemning Senator E, obvious because we have this eternal hatred for politicians and their ineptitude.
    However, this boy should be dealt with for dragging this family through the mud. This is wickedness!!
    Una Gud Morning...#ALiSpeaks

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    1. Na the politicians first drag the boy through the mud, you think if things were right that boy will gladly donate, na them talk say Nigerian youth are lazy that they should struggle, the boy is following their footsteps.
      If this had happened among
      average Nigerians, it will take weeks/month before you see govt intervention, Because it's one of them now, they are doing different PR

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  21. The heart of man is desperately wicked sha. Just know this. I said it previously that this man was definitely aware of what he was going to the UK to do but had no intention of ever doing this. He saw an opportunity to japa and he played them.

    If he is aware like I assume and he is not underage, I'm sorry, no matter how much I do not like our politicians, I will not fault the Ekeremadus trying everything possible to save their child including paying for a kidney. I'm sorry but I can't fault them. Honestly, any parent will do this if given the opportunity

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    1. What he did is wrong but I don't know if it is 'desperately wicked'. To me a 21year old lacks the mental capacity to make such life changing decision. Especially a poor, low class, lowly educated 21 year old. He most likely doesn't know the medical and physical implications of such invasive surgery. And he has the rights to pull out of any former consent before the procedure. I believe if he was well to do, he would definitely not agree to be a donor.

      On the other hand, it is immoral to take advantage of one's naivety, vulnerability, poverty and mental capacity. It is really obscene and immoral. That people do it doesn't make it right.

      However I must state that I understand Nigerians who are on either side of this story. Ive been both 'poor' and 'rich' so I understand. The poor masses can relate with the boy cos they know he is one of them. It could easily have been them. Making a poor decision because of promised monetary gains, choosing to sell a part of your body as hustle even at the detrimentof your life. The middle class and rich will relate with the Ekweremadus cos it could easily have been them.. bringing someone abroad and they betray you, using money as an advantage to solve your life problems. Either way, I hope justice is served cos that is the most fair action.

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    2. Honestly! A parent will do almost anything for their child. This boy is just as bad as the bad policians we are blaming if this is true. If you can't and won't do it, why do this? Very wicked person! Imagine calling someone an organ trafficker! His career is as good as dead if he's found guilty, His child is in the hospital battling with life. Abeg abeg

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    3. You can donate as early as 21 years old by law. Secondly, being poor doesn't mean that one is stupid. If a 21 year old armed robber broke into your house or drives away with your car, all this rationalizing wouldn't be entertained. It is just because it has happened to someone you love to hate.

      You are this senator and his family for those poorer than youv are. Be careful about the vices you make excuses for.

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  22. Well said.

    What we shd look out for are the British laws on the matter and the documents related to the transaction. Then again, what are the actual facts of the case as presented in court. Without these, there really can be no meaningful discussion on this issue.

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  23. I'm going to wait for the court's findings and conclusions on this.

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  24. Like they say here in Nigeria,let's leave it to the court to judge the case πŸ™„. All I want to hear is if the daughter is doing ok, haven't heard anything about her or her health. Let them not let her die.

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  25. That's how my friend's help that she and her hubby took to the U.K almost got them jailed and deported after she had been tutored and deceived by our fellow Nigerians and evil/envious friends. Thank God for the due diligence and professionalism of the white judge who saw through all the lies.

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  26. They should have gone to india instead.

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  27. Hmmm.

    My advice to those contemplating moving with their maids abroad, or those already there planning to have one brought for them, change your plan.

    The poor are desperate and don't care how they damage your reputation to get what they want. Be wise.

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    1. If you treat them right they will hardly implicate them, for a family to agree to take their maid abroad means(to me) they have spent time and trusted one another.
      I had read how Nigerians(Africans ) treats their (family and friends) who needs accommodation before settling down, just because they are staying for a while.

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    2. Ayo, people can just be wicked. You'll be surprised what some persons can do.
      This is why I don't judge some persons for being very harsh and strict. Life must've taught them a very big lesson. Do you know how this boy might have been 'loyal' to the Ekweremadus before this whole issue?

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    3. *A Lesson to Learn from Ike Ekweremadu Kidney Matter!*

      By Nick Agule

      Ike Ekweremadu is obviously a powerful man. Spending his 20th year in the Senate of which 12 were as Deputy Senate President.

      He could have used the time to get Nigeria a world-class kidney hospital but no! He didn't need kidney treatment so it was his least bother.

      Things happen and his own child needed kidney treatment. As it is with President Buhari and everyone who has held office in Nigeria, Ekweremadu shamelessly took his daughter to the UK for treatment where he was going to be attended to by Nigerian nurses and doctors whom Ekweremadu and gang chased away with total neglect of the health sector.

      But Ekweremadu did not go with his child alone, he took along a boy who was suffering hardship and pains from a Nigeria Ekweremadu helped to damage. Ekweremadu wanted to harvest this boy's kidney to save his own child. As fate will have it, tests performed on the boy showed his kidney was not a match for Ekweremadu's daughter.

      Ekweremadu began to make arrangements to return the boy to Nigeria and obviously take another one to the UK. But the boy tasted and enjoyed the good life in the UK something Ekweremadu and his band of bad and failed leaders deprived him of in Nigeria.

      The boy saw electricity 24/7 (powered by gas from Nigeria), he did not need to start 'I better pass you generator' or he sleeps in darkness to the joy of mosquitoes.

      He saw how clean and beautiful the hospitals were different from the mortuaries we call hospitals in Nigeria, and absolutely for free.

      He saw how efficient the Metropolitan Police were securing the neighbourhood and not the Nigerian police starved of funds by Ekweremadu and gang! The boy enjoyed rides on clean and efficient public transportation (buses, trams, light rail, underground tube, trains, boats etc) and not the Okada, Keke and endless trekking in Nigeria.

      The boy was awed by the beautiful landscaped, trash free and green environment and not the filth he is used to in Nigeria. The boy saw food everywhere. He saw beautiful schools from nursery to reception to primary to secondary all the way to high school absolutely free. He saw that his dream of university education will be realised even if he has no money for fees, and ASUU will not truncate his dream in the UK.

      The boy saw unemployed people paid benefits by Govt. The boy saw, enjoyed and liked the UK better than Ekweremadu's Nigeria!
      The boy decided he was not going back to Nigeria damaged by Ekweremadu and gang!

      The boy ran to seek refuge from the metropolitan police. In Ekweremadu's Nigeria, the police would have arrested the boy and dropped him in Kuje prison where for the next 10yrs he will still be on 'awaiting trial' roll. If the boy tried to talk he will be summarily executed and his body paraded as an armed robber gunned down by the 'gallant' police. Ekweremadu and his gang are above the law in a lawless Nigeria they have created.


      Unfortunately for Ekweremadu, the UK is not Nigeria. He has exchanged his posh mansion in a highbrow neighbourhood in London for a police cell where he is being schooled in the act of rule of law something he is obviously lacking in his nearly 20yrs as a law maker.
      Ekweremadu will have his day in court.

      His victim will now enjoy life in the UK because it's easy to prove that if he returns to Nigeria Ekweremadu and his goons will go after him!
      If Ekweremadu had done his bit to fix Nigeria, all this drama would not happen!

      Ekweremadu and those like him who think they can do well when Nigeria is sick have just found out the bitter truth - no one will prosper better than Nigeria. If Nigeria fails, we fail with it!

      In 2023 we have a unique opportunity to elect leaders who understand that our fate is tied to Nigeria's fate. We rise or fall together!
      Go get your PVC today!

      We wish Ekweremadu's child a quick recovery hoping that now his case is public, a donor will soon be found for her.

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    4. There are nannies abroad to hire. You don't need to get someone from naija to come and work for peanuts or no money. You subscribe to the website for a fee and go through profiles of available nannies and schedule interviews with those you think may be a right fit for your family based on their profile. My first nanny from middle East was ekwensu. I couldn't wait to let her go after a month. The best I've had so far is of Ethiopian heritage. It's the same trial and error we do in 9ja until you find the right one but be ready to pay for the service. If you can't afford a nanny, there are daycares and day homes to explore as well.

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    5. Thanks for sharing, Roy. Nice read

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    6. @Roy, I disagree only on one thing. If Nigeria was ‘fixed’ and had good healthcare and all other things you listed, this still remains a crime, and Ekweremadu is still wrong paying for body parts. The country doesn’t change that fact, just that he may have gotten away with it if this happened in Nigeria.

      Mystic

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    7. Very nice write-up by Nick Agule. I still feel very sorry for the Ekweremadus and their daughter, though; parents anxious to help their child. However, is it to say that there was no willing donor in their entire family? Is it only to chop money dem sabi?

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    8. Thank you @Roy & @Nick the writer of this article. Those defending the guy forming rich with poorly paid exploited maids are so ignorant & self loathing it’s gut wrenching! How can you enslave another person (exploiting the poor with sub-living wage is slavery) in any way shape or form? He was a lawmaker for 20 years but they never needed a transplant in his family so he probably overlooked the endless fundraisers for poor victims of serious diseases.

      It costs about $50m+ to get a 200 bed decent hospital with equipment & 2 transplant surgeons & staff that can do such procedures set up in Nigeria. Do they have those in many of their looted personal accounts? Yes. They distribute pittances from banks & bullion vans during elections thinking they will always travel to their ill-gotten mansions in the west to use the facilities when they fall sick! Newsflash, if you aren’t permanently resident here even if your kid is an anchor baby passport holder, you still need to fix Nigeria where you live! I can get an ambulance in 5 mins to get to a world class hospital but Buhari needs to fly for 6 hours to get to the exact same world class facility in Europe so what is so difficult for these mor*ns in power to get into their skulls? They need to fix UCH, LUTH, UNTH, UBTH etc and give them to healthcare investors & managers to handle so the masses also have access to at least one or 2 world class hospitals! It is selfish of these government officials to steal money allocated to healthcare & education just because their families can use the same paid for by taxpayers abroad. See how they ruined public universities out of the same selfishness! UI was a campus of the university of London! The oldest universities produced a lot of the professionals of Nigerian descent in the US & some of Europe but these band of looters have closed colleges for 8 months! In doing so they are not only victimizing Nigerians but taxpayers in the countries they escape to as we are taxed heavily for these services.

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  28. Is he above 18? Does he have permanent address? Irrelevant! My grouse is: Why would they even consider returning him to Nigeria after sending him to UK for the purpose of organ donation? The Ekweremadus have no iota of human feelings in them. They treated the boy/man like a piece of rag. This is exploitation that must be condemned. Most people in his shoes would do exactly what the boy did not to be returned to the crazy country. It wouldn't have hurt the Ekweremadus in any way to have set him up for life.

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    1. Wow so you live with them to know how they treated the boy ? Interesting

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    2. πŸ’―πŸ‘

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    3. Do they have the power to leave him in the UK? Na wa for una. See as you talk am like say UK na Lagos. If he went with a medical visa, then he's expected to leave once his visa expires

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    4. I await the court hearing to know the allegations levied against the Senator , until then" I zip my mouth.

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    5. These are the issues! If the agreement was go there, get this done and come back, stick to it!

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    6. And on what grounds would he have stayed behind? Your type is dangerous to file for o!

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  29. The way you people are showing this boy BVN is not good oo
    I say make I tell una

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    1. He also has himself to blame for that.

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  30. As if they can't manufacture all this documents to suit their purpose in one day.. lesson to all in power the abroad you people are running to after mismanaging your country will turn back and bite you hard..how much will it have taken for ekweremadu to build such hospital in his constituency for all the years he has been pocketing and sucking Thier funds dry.. the monsters you created ain't sleeping.

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    1. If those thieving effers had put in an ounce of effort to elevate the country and create a world class national healthcare shit like this wouldn't even be an isse. No, they concentrated their focus on acquiring personal assets and now when trouble visit their doorsteps they look to the poor yet again to fix them. The poor who they didn't do crap for when they had the opportunity.

      If ppl cannot find compassion or care for them ask why. Big house, big food, great educcation and luxury vacations are of no help to the sick and dying now. Running up and down looking for solutions to matters you thought wealth would protect you from is the reality. And common sense has not bestowed its discernment to even enlighten the mind of appropriate conduct.

      Fix Nigeria for everyone and all the ppl benefit. Those of you who have the opportunity but refuse to improve the country because you think you will always be able to travel out remember what happened during Covid, remember this story. The abroad will not always be your rescuse so fix your home!

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  31. Please allow the UK legal system to do its job. The Attorney General of England will decide on the next step. The accused are allowed a robust legal defence which they can afford. If they can’t afford one, this is not the US, they will still get a brilliant defence.

    The issue of the boys age or his plans is a complete distraction from what is irking humans about the issue. It’s the constant imbalance of power in the Nigerian system. The same bloggers/actors/journalists who cry for change in Nigeria are always one step away from integrity.

    If the accused people are innocent or if there is a gap in their case they will walk free. Let us pray for their daughter and others facing such health issues to be healed in Jesus name.

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  32. Not surprised. He looks so hardened and matire for a 15 year old boy. The whole thing feels like a gang up

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  33. Please allow the UK legal system to do its job. The Attorney General of England will decide on the next step. The accused are allowed a robust legal defence which they can afford. If they can’t afford one, this is not the US, they will still get a brilliant defence.

    The issue of the boys age or his plans is a complete distraction from what is irking humans about the issue. It’s the constant imbalance of power in the Nigerian system. The same bloggers/actors/journalists who cry for change in Nigeria are always one step away from integrity.

    If the accused people are innocent or if there is a gap in their case they will walk free. Let us pray for their daughter and others facing such health issues to be healed in Jesus name.

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  34. Indeed we are our own challenge
    Both parties have questions to answer and also it ain't proper publishing the boys private details online.
    Let us allow the authorities do their due investigation, in a matter of days it will be resolved and the truth will known.

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    1. The boy has damned the consequences and implications of the quagmire. The senators private life has also been made public.
      So let the law take its due cause.

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  35. They will nail the Ekweremadus with "informed consent". Someone agreed to such is consent but does it qualify as "informed consent"? In other words, the man can say that he was not informed of all the risks in an invasive procedure.

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    1. That will not be the basis of a criminal charge

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    2. The surgery was not performed. Saving grace.

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    3. The doctors are the ones who are to answer the charge, not the family of the recipient.

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  36. Stellz, I decided not to form any opinion on this matter because there are too many versions out there, we are not abreast with the actual facts, besides, the matter is sub judice. The less we speculate on the facts, the better. The court will decide.

    However, after reading some comments, I will like to draw our attention to the Human Organ Transplants Act 1989, CAP 31, Acts of Great Britain. It prohibits commercial dealings in human organs either from a live donor or a dead donor. Any form of compensation for any organ is a criminal offence in the UK. As a matter of fact the only persons allowed to donate any organ are blood relative. It is clearly stated in this Act. It even names the type of blood relationship, e.g parents, siblings, nephews, nieces etc. The only way a patient can get an organ from a non-relative is if the patient finds a match from the donors' list.

    Like Bed and Roses stated, Great Britain has very strict rules when it comes to organ Transplants and other medical issues. So, as it stands, even if the donor is a healthy 35 year old, who isn't a blood relative, he cannot donate his kidney to a specific person. If you are feeling generous and decide to give up one of your kidneys, you cannot determine who gets it. It will be cross-matched with those on the transplant list. Unlike the U.K, some States in America will allow you donate a kidney to a patient of your choice as long as due diligence is done and there's no form of commercialization. Other States in America are also as strict as the UK. when it comes to organ donations. The issue of consent is irrelevant.

    The issue of a minor comes under the Modern Slavery Regulation in May 2022. This is different from the regulation on organ donation. So even if they beat the slavery charge, the organ transplant charge will be hard to contend with. If they plead guilty, the court will show leniency because on summary conviction, the sentence is 3 months and a fine but if they go on to a full trial, it will come with a harsher penalty.

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    1. Then you for this informative contribution Ronalda.

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    2. Thanks Ronalda. This is what I've been looking out for.

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  37. @roy awesome write up. my worry in all these is if a a reputable private hospital in nigeria tested that boy and declared he was a perfect match then our hospitals here are death traps,Let's all be careful and get 2nd 3rd and 4th doctor's check b4 we agree and treat critical health conditions

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  38. Why can't they just hang the Ekweremadu's and let's forget about it. Their lives have been useless to Nigeria and his constituents anyway. He will not be missed

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