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Senator Ike Ekweremadu, His Wife And Doctor Has Been Sentenced To Years in prison In The UK, After Being Found Guilty Of An Organ Harvesting Plot

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Senator Ike Ekweremadu has been sentenced to 9 years and 8months in prison, after being found guilty of an organ harvesting plot.

Senator Ike Ekweremadu and wife

His wife Beatrice was sentenced to 4 years 6 months And Obinna Obeta, The doctor who assisted them was sentenced to 10 years 6 months in prison.

The Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey, UK, Did the sentencing.

Recall that on March 23, The court found Ekweremadu, his wife, Beatrice, and their doctor, Obinna Obeta, guilty of trafficking a trader from Nigeria to the UK to harvest his organ, A crime under the United Kingdom Modern Slavery act 2015.

The jury held that they conspired to bring the 21-year-old to London to exploit him of his kidney.

The verdict is the first of its kind under the Modern Slavery Act 2015 of the UK.

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“One-Chance” Victim Dies After Abuja Hospital Allegedly Denied Her Treatment

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A young lady, Greatness Olorunfemi, a victim of ‘one-chance’ operators in Abuja, has died after an Abuja hospital allegedly refused to attend to her.

An X user, #Gbemilekhe, who shared the story on Friday, alleged that the hospital in the Maitama area of Abuja asked for a police report before treatment could commence. Olorunfemi sadly passed moments later.

“Greatness was pushed out of a moving vehicle by one-chance criminals in Abuja.

“She was rushed to Maitama General Hospital, and they refused to attend to her, demanding a police report. She died afterwards,” the tweet read.

One #Nwaadaz on X, who claimed to be a friend of Olorufemi, shared more details of the sad incident, saying the assailants stabbed Olorunfemi, who bled to death after the hospital rejected her.

“Maitama General Hospital refused to attend to my friend who was stabbed by a one-chance driver in Abuja. They allowed her to bleed to death and locked the emergency ward against her because she didn’t have a police report!! Nigeria has failed Greatness!,” the user tweeted.

Here’s the video report.

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Nelson Mandela’s Granddaughter, Zoleka Dead; She Wrote A List Of People Not Allowed At Her Funeral

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The list revealed includes her ex-husband and father of two of her kids, Thierry Bashala.
Although Bashala had mourned her on Instagram after her death.

Zoleka also listed some relatives who sexually abused her. She said those on the list with a dot (.) against their names abused her sexually and are not allowed near her dead body.

She added on the list that she is close to including her sisters, dad, and step mom to the list.

Zoleka died on Sept. 25, 2023, after a long battle with cancer.

The author had survived cancer twice, before it came back a third time and she passed at the age of 43.

She was treated for breast cancer in 2011. It returned in 2016 and she beat it again. Sadly, she announced in August 2022 that she had been diagnosed with bone metastasis.

Via her instagram account where she documents her journey, she disclosed that the cancer had mestastasized to her bones and liver.

Sadly, she died earlier this week, leaving behind 4 of her 6 children.

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May her soul rest in peace.

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Protest As New Minister For Works, Dave Umahi Locks Out Late Comers From Work

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There was apprehension at the Works ministry on Thursday as protesting civil servants asked for the Removal of the new minister, Dave Umahi, After he locked out over 300 staff and directors who resumed work late.

The public servants expressing their displeasure also demanded an apology from the minister.

Earlier, the minister upon resumption at 9.30 am was said to have prevented workers who came to work late from gaining access to the ministry for over four hours.

However, after the gate was opened, the workers, comprising both Housing and Works Ministry, refused to enter the ministry and resorted to an impromptu protest barricaded the entrance gates.

Dave Umahi, Minister for works
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