Ike Ekweremadu is a Nigerian senator who represents the Enugu-West Constituency. He is a devoted husband to his wife, Lady Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu, and a proud father to their four children, two boys and two girls named Sylvia and Sonia.
In addition to his political achievements, which include serving as Deputy President of the Nigerian Senate three times consecutively and winning the Best Council Chairman of the Year award in 1997, Ekweremadu has a strong family life.
However, there have been allegations of organ trafficking involving Ekweremadu, his wife, and a medical doctor. The allegations resulted in their arrest and sentencing to prison by a UK court.
Ike Ekweremadu Children
Ike Ekweremadu, a Nigerian senator, is married to Beatrice Nwanneka Ekweremadu and has four children – two boys and two girls.  The names of the boys are not known as Ike and his wife keep their family life private.
They have been married for many years, and there have been no reports of any problems in their marriage, except for recent accusations of organ trafficking.
Ike Ekweremadu celebrated his wife’s 52nd birthday on social media with sweet words about her. The couple is happy together and describes Nwanneka as his partner and a kind person.
Sylvia and Sonia Biography
Ike Ekweremadu has two daughters, Sylvia and Sonia. Sylvia is the oldest and loves fashion and style. She gained some recognition after posting bikini photos on Instagram, but later deleted them.
Sonia is the youngest and has a degree in Media and Communications from a university in the UK.  She is introverted and does not have an official social media page.
Recently, Sonia made headlines when her parents were accused of illegally bringing a minor to the UK to take his organ for her kidney transplant. Sonia has been seriously ill and needs a transplant to survive.
Organ Harvesting Syndicate
Former Nigerian Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, and his wife have been charged with alleged human organ harvesting and conspiracy to transport a minor from Nigeria to the UK to harvest his organs.
The Nigerian senator had applied for a visa for a 15-year-old homeless child, claiming that he was taking the child to the UK for his daughter’s kidney transplant. However, upon arrival, the boy’s kidney did not match Sonia’s, raising suspicions.
The couple was remanded in custody by the Metropolitan Police in London and denied bail. Their lawyers denied the allegations, emphasizing their clients’ unblemished records.
The case has been adjourned for a more detailed background investigation. The guardianship of the child has been secured.