Ekweremadu To Remain In Custody As Court Adjourns Case To Oct 31

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Ekweremadu To Remain In Custody As Court Adjourns Case To Oct 31

Senator Ike Ekweremadu’s trial has been adjourned to October 31 by a court in the United Kingdom.

All Fact Newspaper had earlier reported that the former deputy senate president will appear in court, alongside his wife and Obinna Obeta who is a practicing medical doctor in London charged under Modern Slavery Act.

According to TheCable, Ekweremadu will be remanded in custody until the next adjourned date.

Ekweremadu, who is the lawmaker representing Enugu West Senatorial district, and his wife, Beatrice, who was granted bail last week are facing allegations of organ harvesting.

“The position is that I have granted bail to Beatrice subject to some fairly stringent conditions but I have refused bail to Ike,” Daily Mail quoted the Common Sergeant of London, judge Richard Marks, to have ruled.

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