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‘Organ harvesting’ Read here what EU policy says about transplantation

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‘Organ harvesting’ Read here what EU policy says about transplantation

Few days ago, a Nigerian leader and former deputy senate president at the country’s national assembly, Ike Ekweremadu, and his wife were arrested by the Metropolitan police in UK over the allegation of human trafficking and organ harvesting.

While the charge claimed the transported child was a minor and was never informed of the accused intention of bringing him to the UK, the embattled coupled insisted the said child is a 21year old boy who actually entered into an agreement with them to donate one of his kidney for their sick daughter, Sofia, in need of transplantation.

While the debate rages on, Freelanews research team took a dive into what the European Union policy really says about the act of organ transplantation.

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