Confession Of Nigerian Grandma Caught Smuggling Cocaine Parcels To Jeddah Saudi Arabia

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March 11, 2017 – Confession Of Nigerian Grandmother Caught Trafficking Cocaine Parcels To Jeddah Saudi Arabia

Meet Madam Morayo Omolara Odeyemi, a 57-year-old grandma caught while attempting to smuggle cocaine to Jeddah in Saudi.

According to the NDLEA the married woman was caught today with 2 parcels of cocaine concealed in her luggage as she was about to board an Egypt Air plane to Jeddah.

The textile trader at Balogun Market in Lagos who hails from Ogun state claimed innocence after she was caught during a routine check on passengers at the departure hall of MMIA Ikeja.

See her confessional statement below:

Madam Odeyemi was saved from untimely death as drug trafficking attracts death sentence in Saudi Arabia.

8 thoughts on “Confession Of Nigerian Grandma Caught Smuggling Cocaine Parcels To Jeddah Saudi Arabia

  1. Grandma, thank God you didn’t touch ground in jeddah. Will could have bn rip. Ma, how could you be so gullible not to have check what you are bn given to deliver? Nothing is for free in this era we are. Your freedom has bn seized all in the name of free travelling package.

    • Lies Lies and Lies
      All full of lies, thats what they all do to make them look like big business woman selling material in lagos, Its not her first time, she’s been doing it.

      EVERY DAY FOR THE THIEF, ONE DAY FOR THE OWNER.

      Iya Femi for Ebute metta was caught long time doing the same work and she claimed a friend gave the drugs to her unaware while we know the kind of Job she does. Drug pusher. After she was caught, the team denied her help and since then she’s been struggling selling pure water.

      Awon Oloshi, they have no mercy even for their sales assistant in the shop, they treat them like shit. Thinking they are really rich.

      You are lucky to be caught in Lagos, you could have been RIP by your head rip-off you while you are breathing.
      Thunder fire you.

      All in the name of oppressor

  2. This has been going on for decades. That is how they become stupendously rich after visiting Saudi Arabia either on Hajj or ordinary visit. It is when the younger ones saw their riches that they too want to go on Hajj or visit Saudi Arabia that they discovered the hidden truth. I remember those years in Lagos in my younger years how we admire the Alhaji’s and Alhaja’s when the come back from hajj.

  3. well as its been heard said or comments by lots of other tribes that Igbo’s are known for drug dealing, Igbos can do anything for money as its always said by other tribes in Nigeria.

  4. Grandma, what is wrong with you? even if you are an illiterate you suppose to aware about what is going on in your Country. You wanted to play dumb by cooking up this big lie that a friend volunteer to sponsor your trip to Saudi just because you have a fantasy of becoming an Alhaja. Hhmmmmmnnn…must you become Alhaja at all cost? thank your goodness that you were caught right here in Nigeria otherwise your head would have been chopped off by the Saudi authority.

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