The Government of the United Kingdom has banned all media organisations in the country from reporting or writing anything whatsoever about David Nwamini Ukpo, the young man at the center of the alleged organ harvest allegation against former Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice.
A document exclusively obtained from the Courts and Tribunal Services of Her Majesty’s Service dated June 23, 2022, said no media organisation is allowed to make any commentaries, report, write or even publish the picture of the said David until he attains the age of 18 years.
The document signed by S. McAlllister, the Head of Legal Operations, and titled “Direction or Order” reads: “The court has made the following direction or order relating to reporting restriction in case number 012201088979 relating to the defendant (Ike Ekweremadu and Beatrice Ekweremadu)”.
The order which was made under Section 45 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999, orders as follows: “Direction made under Section 45 of the Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 restricting publicity in respect of David Nwamini. No matter relating to the youth may be published that would identify them, including their name, address, any educational establishment or any workplace they attend, and any picture of them. This order lasts until the youth reached the age of 18”.
The order warned that a breach of the order is punishable by a fine.
“It is an offence punishable by a fine to include in any publication or broadcast any matter in contravention of this direction or order”, the order read.
It will be recalled that David Nwamini, who claimed before UK authorities to be 15 years, has been proven by his immigration documents and National identification registration to be born in October 2000.
*Culled from symfoninews