EFFCC arrests person found trafficking human organs in Port Harcourt

 Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) officers in the Port Harcourt Zone recently arrested the leader of a syndicate selling and acquiring human organs for sale to foreigners.

Alleged fraudster, Emeka Ukaeje | Nairaland 

Dr. Wesley David (alias Ukaeje John Emeka), the syndicate leader, was arrested on April 16, next year at Rumukparali, Ozuoba, Port Harcourt, Rivers State, based on established intelligence about his suspicious fraudulent internet dealings.

The EFCC’s preliminary investigation has revealed that this suspect is leading fraudsters who falsely represent themselves as medical doctors, offering human organs for sale and purchase.

In Nigeria, India, Pakistan, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates, victims of organ trafficking include people suffering from kidney disease and even healthy individuals desirous of selling their organs.

Items recovered from the suspect include a black HP laptop, a gold Tecno L9 plus phone, an ash-coloured Lexus ES 330 salon car, and a Nigerian and Republic of Cote D’Ivoire passports.

Lexus seized | Nairaland 

Other members of the syndicate are being sought by the Commission within Nigeria and outside the country.

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