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Court orders Immigration and others to release ’15-year-old’ David Nwamini’s details to the Ekweremadus



Justice Inyang Ekwo of a Federal Excessive Court docket in Abuja right now July 1 ordered the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), the Nationwide Id Administration Fee (NIMC), and two industrial banks to launch the knowledge of David Nwamini, to former deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu and his spouse, Beatrice.


The Ekweremadus are being detained by the UK authorities over allegations of conspiring to carry a baby to Britain for organ harvesting with Nwamini stated to be the sufferer. Following their arrest by the London Metropolitan Police, the due appeared earlier than a UK courtroom which ordered that they need to be remanded in custody until July 7 whereas investigations proceed into the allegations in opposition to them.


Though the Met police stated Nwamini is 15, the NIS stated it issued a global passport indicating his age as 21 after due course of.


In a bid to clear his shoppers of the allegations, the Ekweremadus by their counsel, Adegboyega Awomolo approached the courtroom in Abuja in search of an order directing the NIMC to supply the Licensed True Copy of the biodata of David Ukpo Nwamini.


Awomolo had prayed the courtroom that Nwamini’s Nationwide Identification Quantity (NIN), which is within the possession of the NIMC, must be produced for the aim of facilitating the legal investigation and tendering identical to determine his shopper’s innocence.


He requested that the Comptroller Basic of NIS be directed to supply his shoppers with the paperwork and software kind which Nwamini introduced to acquire his worldwide passport, for the aim of aiding the legal investigation and tendering identical earlier than the Uxbridge Justice of the Peace Court docket within the UK.


The SAN had additionally prayed the courtroom for an order directing Stanbic IBTC Financial institution and UBA to supply the Licensed True Copy of Nwamini’s mandate card and account opening bundle of their custody.


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