Your SEO optimized title

Again, UK court dismisses Ekweremadu’s bail application

0

The Uxbridge Magistrate court in the United Kingdom (UK) on Thursday, June 30, dismissed Senator Ike Ekweremadu’s bail application.

According to the court, the former Nigerian Deputy Senate President is a powerful man and as such a flight risk.

Added to this, the prosecution claimed that the supposed kidney donor, David Ukpo, is 15 years old.

The embattled former deputy president of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu, appeared before the Uxbridge Magistrate court in the United Kingdom (UK), on Thursday, June 30, over organ harvesting charges.

In the chamber, it was gathered that Ekweremadu spoke twice confirming his name and date of birth.

The hearing was attended by some members of the Nigerian High Commission in Britain and two of the senator’s sons.

The prosecution also stated that no bail can be applied to Ekweremadu because he is a very powerful man and of course flight risk, meaning he is a person thought likely to leave the country before the actual hearing. Continue Reading

Share.

Leave A Reply