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Parents want kidney from 15yrs homeless boy

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By Dawn

London doctor turns down patients arriving for transplant surgery.

A hospital employee in London refused to remove a vital organ from a 15-year-old Nigerian boy who was allegedly trafficked by the former deputy president of the Nigerian Senate and his wife. This decision was made in order to protect the safety and well-being of the patient. The employee, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the hospital had received a formal request from the Nigerian embassy to remove the organ from the patient.

The employee said that the patient had told them that he had been brought to London by the former deputy president and his wife, who had promised him a better life. Right away after his arrival in London, he was forced to work really long hours as a domestic servant with no days off and little to no pay.

Patient’s appearance did not match the information on his passport.

When the patient arrived at the hospital, the doctor was suspicious. The patient’s passport stated that he was 21 years old, but the patient appeared to be much younger. The doctor confirmed the patient’s identity and found that he was indeed only 15 years old. The doctor further investigated the matter and discovered that the patient was being forced to use a false identity. This was a major cause for concern.

Ike and Beatrice Ekweremadu are accused of taking a homeless youngster from Nigeria to the UK to transplant his organs into their daughter who is suffering from kidney failure. The Ekweremadus’ are accused of promising the young man, who is only 15, a better life in the UK if he agreed to the transplant. However, once he was in the UK, the Ekweremadus’ allegedly took him to a hospital for the procedure. The suspicious doctors were able to stop it before surgery began.

15-year-old was given a 21-year-old’s passport in order to gain entry.

The couple was arrested on Tuesday (June 21st) at Heathrow Airport as they attempted to board a plane to Turkey, where it was believed that another organ awaited them. Going to Turkey arises because, allegedly the couple were unable to continue the process in the UK. The couple is facing charges of child neglect and abuse, as it is believed that they were planning to have the homeless child undergo a dangerous and illegal medical procedure. The child is currently in the care of social services, and the accused couple are facing a lengthy jail sentence if they are convicted.

It has been revealed in court that the 15 year old was given a 21 year old’s passport in order to gain entry into the UK. The teenager only realized he had been brought to the country for the purpose of donating a kidney when he attended a hospital appointment with the couple. The 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was duped by the couple who promised him a better life in the UK.

Technology have made organ transplantation more successful.

Organ transplantation is a medical procedure in which an organ is removed from one body and placed in the body of a recipient. The procedure is typically performed to treat a condition that would otherwise be fatal. Organ transplantation is a complex surgery that carries a number of risks, including infection, bleeding, and rejection of the transplanted organ. The procedure is also expensive, and requires a lengthy period of recovery. Despite the risks, organ transplantation can be a life-saving procedure for many people. In recent years, advances in medical technology have made organ transplantation more successful, and more people are living longer healthier lives as a result of the procedure.

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