Nigerian law allows organ harvesting without owner’s consent

nigerian law allows organ harvesting without owner's consent
nigerian law allows organ harvesting without owner’s consent

As disclosed by Prof. (Dr.) Philip Njemanze, Chairman of the Global Prolife Alliance (GPA), the National Health Act of 2014 in Nigeria allows for the harvesting of organs from living individuals without their consent.

According to Njemanze, an International Academician of Science, millions of Nigerians could perish in the near future as a result of legalised organ poaching if the Act is not urgently amended.

In particular, he called attention to sections 13, 20, 43, 45, 48, 51, 53, and 58 of the NHAct 2014 as controversial provisions that should be revised to ensure the welfare of Nigerians.

Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, backed by the government of President Goodluck Jonathan, authored the National Health Act.

Njemanze, a former Chairman of the Catheter Medical Practitioners Association and owner of Chidicon Medical and Research Center, Owerri, wrote a lengthy submission to the National Assembly on the urgent need to amend the National Health Act, citing national security implications if the Act is not amended.

In his words: “In order to prevent the illegal harvesting of human organs on a large scale and the poaching of ovarian eggs, the Federal Government must amend the National Health Act of 2014.

“We’d want to bring your attention to the National Health Act 2014 (NHActprovisions )’s that allow for the unconsented-to harvesting of ovarian eggs and the trafficking of human organs, both of which could result in the premature deaths of millions of Nigerians.

“We wish to issue a public warning that if the NHAct is enacted without the suggested revisions, it will aid the activities of the International Organized Criminal Cartel on Human Organ and Ovarian Egg Trafficking. However, if the situation were resolved immediately and the criminal disclosed, Nigeria would be spared.”

As evidence, he revealed frightening details about the dangers of the National Health Act of 2014 and claimed that the Act is backed by foreign interests.

As he put it: “Before therapeutic human organ cloning is perfected, the first phase of this enterprise in Nigeria will give human organs to keep wealthy Western patients alive. Within the next 5-10 years, organ cloning utilising embryonic stem cells is expected to become a lucrative industry in the Western nations, with annual revenues of $30 trillion (one-third of the world economy).

“This is the G7 countries’ expected economic recovery plan to help them leapfrog Asia. Most Western governments and many wealthy investors back this scheme, which they portray as philanthropic. Where does the action take place? Collecting the heart’s nucleus (which contains all its genetic elements) and inserting it into an ovarian egg from a woman undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) is the first step in cloning a tissue like a heart (in-vitro fertilization).

“Tissue culture is used to cultivate the new cell into a heart that might then be transplanted into a patient. Somatic cell nuclear transfer refers to the process of moving a cell’s nucleus into an egg (SCNT). Have you seen any results thus far? Yes! In experiments with Dolly the Sheep’s cloned offspring, SCNT was used. Millions of human ovarian eggs will be required to perfect the SCNT procedure for therapeutic cloning. In every Western country, it is against the law to harvest women’s ovaries for scientific purposes.

“However, the use of human eggs from Europe and the United States is prohibited by law, but the use of human eggs from Africa is permitted by the British Embryology Law. It has been calculated that during the next five years, at least 100 million ovarian eggs will need to be stolen from 10 million Nigerian women.

“As a result of the frequent injections of hormones used to stimulate the ovaries given to these Nigerian women at IVF clinics, they would soon die of complications related to Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome. IVF would be used to harvest the ovarian eggs (IVF). If a woman is trying to conceive or is giving eggs, she will need to undergo the treatment.

“Foreign investors are funding the proliferation of IVF clinics in Nigeria, where Nigerians act as fronts for the harvesting of ovarian eggs. Then, why don’t more Nigerian women seek out in vitro fertilisation? The ‘Philanthropist’ millionaire and his associated’reputed’ international and national organisations supported a large immunisation operation to achieve this goal. Despite denials from international organisations, evidence suggests that’sterilizing chemicals’ were used in conjunction with polio and tetanus vaccinations at various points in history.

“The billionaires provided funding for the UN agencies for 20 years and provided key personnel to work together to achieve this goal under the UN banner of deception, which is enthralling to most Nigerian officials. Over 90% of embryonic stem cell research companies are owned by billionaires. Common vaccines have been spiked with an infertility drug called anti-human chorionic gonadotropin (anti-HCG), which can lead to miscarriages. The tetanus vaccination is just one example of a widely used vaccine that has been modified to prevent pregnancy (for another, see Talwar GP et al., “A vaccine that inhibits pregnancy in women,” Proc.

“After a series of hormone injections, the ovarian eggs might be “poached” and used in an in vitro fertilisation procedure. When faced with the difficulty of becoming pregnant, many women in Nigeria would turn to in vitro fertilisation, where up to 12 ovarian eggs may be stolen and only 2 may be put in test tubes. IVF clinics sell the rest to research facilities in the West that are doing stem cell experiments on embryos. Human ovarian eggs are most commonly exported from Nigeria, according to a report compiled by the European Union (see attached Jana Tutkova, “Human Egg Trafficking in Europe,” European Policy Officer, Core 30th March, 2006).

“There is a risk that ten million Nigerian women will succumb to Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome in the next two to three years (liver failure, kidney failure, cancers, infections, etc). The NHAct 2014 was enacted to provide covert legal protection for these illegal activities in Nigeria. So-called “good” laws were enacted as a smokescreen for the real criminal codes.”

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