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Organ Harvesting: Aisha Yesufu Frowns At Peter Obi Over Tweet on Ekweremadu

Aisha Yesufu, a sociopolitical activist, has criticized the Labour Party’s (LP) presidential candidate for “standing with” Ike Ekweremadu and his family after their detention in London on suspicion of organ harvesting.

Obi, in Aisha’s opinion, behaved like President Muhammadu Buhari.

Dr. Ike Ekweremadu, a former deputy senate president, and his wife, Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, were detained in the UK for allegedly arranging the visit of another person with the intention of taking advantage of them and harvesting their organs.

Peter Obi Prays For The Recovery Of Ekweremadu’s Daughter

The pair appeared in court in the UK and entered a not guilty plea before the magistrate before being denied bail.


And in reaction to the news of the Ekweremmadu’s arrest, Obi in a tweet expressed his sympathies and prayed for their daughter’s healing while calling for justice to take its course.

The LP flagbearer tweeted, “My family and I are with the Ekweremadu’s over their travail. We join all men of goodwill in praying for the healing of their daughter and commit them into God’s hand for justice to be done.”

Aisha Yesufu, who has struggled to understand Buhari’s words for the last seven years, believes Obi’s response wasn’t well articulated and resembled one of his claims.

She questioned why the 15-year-old child who was engaged in the narrative was never addressed by Obi.

See Five Occasions Ekweremadu Has Been Involved In Crisis

Aisha tweeted, “This is not good! I have spent 7 years getting an explanation from others of what Buhari actually means to say and for others to start doing it again with Obi is absolute BS!

You can stand with the Ekweremadus and also stand with the boy. You can ask for justice for both


“You can feel empathy and sympathy for the girl that is sick and also feel concern for the boy.”


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