Senator Ekweremandu’s daughter, Sonia, publicly begs for kidney donation [PHOTOs]

Former deputy senate president, Ike Ekweremadu’s daughter, Sonia has publicly appealed for kidney donation.

LanreNews reports that the former deputy senate president and his wife, Beatrice, were earlier arrested and charged to court for bringing a child to the UK for organ harvesting.

Confirming the arrests in a statement, the metropolitan police said the pair were charged to court following an investigation by the police’ specialist crime team.

In a post shared on her Instagram, Sonia Ekweremadu, a 25-year-old graduate of Media and Communications, University of Coventry, said she had to drop out of her post-graduate studies at the University of Newcastle in 2019 when she was diagnosed with a rare kidney disease, FSGS Nephrotic Syndrome.

A check of Sonia’s Instagram page by LanreNews also revealed she had hinted about her condition at the end of 2021 (December 31) in a post.

She captioned the short video; “365 of 365 it can only be God from the ending of 2019 till now has been such a roller coaster of events in my life… from being sick to feeling the best I’ve ever felt to losing friends and gaining friends… to loving unapologetically and Mourning the loss of expired love…. All I can say is everything that’s happened has led me to where I am today and I’m excited for what the future holds… I must say it’s already looking up I started NYSC, I reached my savings goal for this year, I am healthy and happy and most importantly I am In love the woman I’m becoming ❤️ so on that note ROLL ON 2022”.

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