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Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Okorocha Vs Phillip Njemanze: Court Adjourn March 11 On "Organ Harvesting" Case



An Owerri Magistrate Court presided over by his Worship, S.N .Ogbu has adjourned to March 11, 2016  for further hearing a matter involving radical surgeon, Dr. Phillip Njemanze and Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha 

Njemanze was on Tuesday, February 16th, 2016 arraigned before an Owerri Magistrate court on a four count charge of maligning the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha.

The first charge is that the accused published and wrote a petition against the governor accusing him of setting up human factory in order to traffic in human organs through the concessioned public hospitals.
Other charges against Njemanze are: That anti human network has been established in Imo State, endangering lives of citizens; that the governor brought some American medical doctors into the State to treat a case which did not even break out in the State with ulterior motive and that the governor is causing insecurity in the State via his anti human policies.

The prosecution said the accused did the publications to cause breach of law and order in the State knowing that such publications are false.

Njemanze pleaded not guilty and was granted bail for N100,000 with one surety and two passports and affidavit.

Njemanze had told INNONEWS.COM  before his arrest and trial said that he has proof to back his  case.  This is coming on the dismissal of the allegation by the State government which it described as laughable.

However, investigation by this newspaper reveals that the Owerri based radical surgeon was arrested and tried perhaps in line with a request by the Serbia war crimes prosecution which asked Nigeria to investigate a state governor and Kosovo’s foreign Minister, Hashim Thaci of trafficking in human organs.

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