In a more clearer picture, emerging facts show that the UK Metropolitan Police did not detain Senator Ike Ekweremadu as rumored in the media, especially social media.
An eyewitness account who recounted that Senator Ekweremadu was only quizzed by the London metropolitan police on allegation of child trafficking and illegal organ harvest but it was later understood that the young man in question was only out to take advantage of the situation and maybe possibly secure asylum in the UK. “You know this country, they will like to carry on in depth and thorough investigation.
The whole thing was exaggerated out of proportion” The eyewitness went further to state that “even though I’m not in the best relationship with some of our leaders like Ekweremadu, what happened yesterday in London regarding the issue of child trafficking with Senator Ekweremadu is a clear case of breach of trust, wickedness and ingratitude on the suppose donor. And to be honest with you, I suspect a third party in this whole thing.
Someone must have come in contact with this guy for him to suddenly change his mind. Someone is out to wicked him but that is bad but hold on, must we play politics in any thing. For goodness sake this is someone’s daughter who is dying and the young man got the heart to turn down the agreement after bringing him to London. I understand that based on the fundamental human right, he can say no at any time but why do you want to now frustrate the effort to save the life of your sister. Why involve metropolitan police, is your life threatened, the answer is no. He simply just want to do a spoilt job.”
Also speaking, another eyewitness who prefer to be called Tina stated that from her understanding of the whole thing, Senator Ekweremadu committed no crime nor did he breached any law but he is just unlucky to enter into the hands ungrateful and greedy people who are out to tarnish his image. In few days to come, you will hear the real gist and he will surely be vindicated.
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