David Ukpo, the victim of the alleged organ harvesting involving Senator Ike Ekweremadu and his wife, Beatrice, on Tuesday asked a federal high court in Abuja for the July 1 order for the release of his personal data for use in a London court in Ekweremadu’s office. process.

Although Ukpo blamed the court proceedings that led to the order being issued, he claimed that his fundamental rights to a fair trial and personal privacy had been grossly violated.

His Qur’an was that neither he nor the Attorney General of the AGF Federation, the country’s Chief Law Officer, was involved in the lawsuit.

In a motion of notice filed through his lawyer, Bamidele Igbinedion, Ukpo Judge Inyang Eden Ekwo prayed for the order to reverse the release of his personal data to Ekweremadu and his wife for their defense before the Uxbridge Magistrate Court in London.

The defendants in the motion are the National Identity Management Commission, Comptroller General, Nigeria Immigration Service, Stanbic IBTC bank, United Bank for Africa and Nigeria Inter-bank Settlement System.

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The applicant pleads with the Court to prevent the defendants, their agents, subordinates, staff and employees from disclosing any information about him to Ekweremadu and his wife for their defense in London court.

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