Ekweremadu: I Was Promised A Job In The UK, Not Organ Donation – David Ukpo
David Nwamini Ukpo, the young man involved in the controversial organ harvesting saga that led to the arrest and detention of Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his wife Beatrice in the UK, has taken to his Facebook wall to explain how he met the Senator and was allegedly lured from Nigeria to London for the harvesting of his kidney without his consent.
Ukpo narrated his side of the story in a Facebook post on Saturday, June 25, 2022, where he also posted his Visa page to back up his claims, even as Senator Ekweremadu and his wife remain in detention, having been denied bail by a London magistrates’ court where they were arraigned hours after their arrest on Thursday, June 23, 2022.
Entiled “My journey to UK”, Ukpo’s unedited post reads thus:
“On one fateful day I met a man named okoro in a building site where I was working for my daily bread, okoro told me he like me, he want to help me achieve my dream because he saw me as a great person. He told me could you like to work in UK I just started laughing because I don’t have money for that, then I told him no am not interested and asked me why I told him I don’t have money for that.
“He just started laughing to me and told me he is going to introduce me to senator his company in UK need workers, so he could start my visa processing.
“I have no other option than to accept the offered, after two day the man came to the building site again and told me the senator wanted to see me so we could start the visa processing, then I dropped my shovel and head pan and went to bath immediately.
“Mrs okoro took me to unknown area where I haven’t been before, I was afraid maybe he is a money ritualist, I encouraged my self since I knew Mr okoro for a long time there will be no problem. Mr okoro hand me over to one young man wearing a suit, he told me everything about then I told him Mr okoro has already explain everything to me and I have accepted to work in UK.