Organ Harvesting: Days after his appointment, U.K university bans Sen. Ike Ekweremadu following his organ harvesting case

Senator Ike Ekweremadu, who was recently appointed a visiting professor of Corporate and International Linkages at the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom, has been expelled.

This came after Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice, were detained and then charged in London on Thursday for allegedly conspiring to remove the kidney from 15-year-old Ukpo Nwamini David.

The prosecution claims that David was brought to the UK through Nigeria using a passport for a guy who was 41 years old.

It was a pleasure and an honor to get a letter of appointment from the University of Lincoln, UK, as Visiting Professor of Corporate and International Linkages, Ekweremadu had tweeted shortly after the university appointment two weeks prior. 

A copy of the Magna Carta was another prized present that I received. It was developed around 807 years ago, in 1215.

The university's spokeswoman was quoted by The London Mail yesterday as saying that Ekweremadu's responsibilities at the school have been temporarily suspended.

Although the nature of these claims gravely concerns us, we are unable to say further at this time due to the ongoing police investigation. 

This person won't be performing any obligations as a visiting professor at Lincoln while this situation is under investigation, according to a representative for the university.


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