#AriseTV releases the Victim’s #Visa application letter #IkeEkweremadu wrote to the #Britishhighcommission in 2021. The letter the arrest former deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu wrote to the British high commission in a bid to obtain visa for the minor who was supposed to travel to the United Kingdom to donate an organ.
The letter which had a heading read :
“Senator Ike Ekweremadu,phD,CFR. Deputy President of the Senate 2007-2019, Enugu West Senatorial District.
December 28, 2021
RE: MEDICAL VISA APPLICATION FOR UKPO NWAMINI DAVID
I am writing in support of the visa application made by Mr Ukpo NWAMINI David who is currently having medical investigation for a kidney donation to Ms Sonia Ekweremadu.
David and Sonia will be at the Royal Free Hospital London, and I will be proving the necessary funding. I have enclosed a statement of my bank account. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require additional information.Please accept the assurances of my highest regards,
SENATOR IKE EKWEREMADU “
The news coming up is now revealing that the young man who was taken to the UK, was in abid to harvest and donate his organ to one of EKWEREMADU’s children named Sonia, who was having kidney complications. The young man who has been tagged too young to understand the implication of the action he was agreeing to, was on his way to the United Kingdom after he was promised a good life after the donation by the former deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu and his family.
Being as rich as we expect, he should have gone the right way, speak to an adult who will consent to the action with the highest agreement. He is not aware of the full grown Nigerians who would have consented to this and avoid this such of public disgrace. It is absolutely wrong to have a teenager give his own consent for you to Harvest his organ. They will say it is the love and hurt of a parent watching their child suffer, but they never tried to understand the consequences of their action.
AriseTV releases the Victim’s #Visa application letter #IkeEkweremadu wrote to the #Britishhighcommission in 2021