Ekweremadu, Wife Deny Allegations Of Human Trafficking, Organ Harvest

Court record on Thursday quoted Senator Ike Ekweremadu of denying allegations of human trafficking levelled against him and his wife, Beatrice, by the the Metropolitan Police in London.

According to a report culled from Daily Mail, Ekweremadu lawyer and his wife, Beatrice, were said to have spoken in favour of the accused apparently in a bid to get them admitted on bail.

The report which trended on social media was titled “What Ekweremadu’s lawyers said.”

The report reads: “Mr Ekweremadu in his prepared statement denied allegations of human trafficking.

“‘He is a member of the bar in Nigeria. He is a principal in a law firm that bears his name.

“’Those issues taken together go way beyond him being a person of good character…rather that he has led a blameless life as a public servant.’

“Mr Irwin added that the allegations were ‘nothing short of preposterous’.

“Antonia Gray, for Mrs Ekweremadu, said: ‘She has never been complicit or involved in any alleged illegal trafficking of any young person.

‘She is a financial accountant with an unblemished record.’” The Nation.

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