Kudirat Afolabi Picture: The Nigerian Widow Beheaded In Saudi Arabia For Drug Trafficking Revealed!

kudirat afolabi pictures

Kudirat Adeshola Afolabi Image: See The Nigerian Widow Executed In Saudi Arabia For Drug Trafficking

Pictured here is Madam Kudirat Adesola Afolabi the widow who was executed about 2 weeks ago in Saudi for trafficking drug into the country through the rectum.

The widow was the first Nigerian to be executed in 2019 for contravening the country’s drug laws.

About 23 other Nigerians are currently on death row in Saudi Kingdom.

It is high time the Federal government go after the drug cartel talking most of these victims into this deadly act.

May God have mercy on the souls of the convicts.

Saudi Arabia, a land of NO MERCY where many are being beheaded daily by sinful executioners.

32 thoughts on “Kudirat Afolabi Picture: The Nigerian Widow Beheaded In Saudi Arabia For Drug Trafficking Revealed!

  1. I keep telling most people to leave Islam because the ideology behind this religion is not right.
    A religion with no respect for the word mercy prevails over judgement should not be practicised.
    A co worker of mine was a muslim who converted to Buddhism and later Christianity because of the high statistics of beheadings in the religions.
    Kudirat would have been alive to see her children’s children if she wasn’t a Muslim. Wrong choice of religion=early death

    • This has nothing to do with religion but breaking the law of a place. In those Asian countries, Indonesia, Malasia, Thailand, etc, it is firing squad, so death sentence is death sentence irrespective of how it is carried out. If you must go to another man’s land, be ready to obey their rules. Quite unfortunate, I just hope she wasnt set up.

      • i understand your point and you are right to some extent but in justice there is what we call mercy or pardon even Allah gives mercy so where did they get their doctrines from if they are so upright what about the LADY BOYS in these countries what did they do to them

      • DB, do you think Tutu has sense?. See how the fellow thinks?. That’s the level of education he or she got. The hatred he or she has for Islam is appalling.

        Ask the fellow about open prison in Gaza how those people are treated by Zionist terrorists. Ask the fellow about Guantanamo Bay. Ask the fellow about Abu Ghraib. These are camps opened by Christian dictatorships where they placed people indefinitely without trial.

      • You are a ******& person. Attack what is bad and not the religion. There are steps to be followed in order to ascertain the validity of a claim. They have refused to do that and they will be questioned as to dead blood of the innocent that was shed. *******. So the fact that an incident happened in Saudi makes it a religious thing. People like you are islamophobes who propagate ****** and *****. Check your facts before******. No religion propagate evil, evil is borne out of the misinterpretation of man. Show respect for the dead. Condemn evil in its totality and not generalize.

  2. Tutu before they execute her she will be taking to their hospital to see what drugs as turn people into even in Nigeria add drugs is really affecting our youths but this country as no good law

  3. People, adults to be precise, must take responsibility for their actions. If a country’s laws explicitly states that penalty for drugs trafficking is death, why break their laws? The lawlessness of Nigerians is unparalleled anywhere else in the world. A country where citizens sabotage their children’s future for money. What kind of money is a person pursuing that is more precious than their lives? Who is to blame for a fully grown woman with a sound mind defilement of her body by inserting drugs inside her womanhood? Shame. We need to unanimously condemn these evil actions rather than making excuses or blaming others

    • It is Saudi laws. Nigeria government has no power over it. Traffic in drugs there is death penalty irrespective of how connected you may be. Here, we bring sentiments to it….religion, ethnicity, state of origin, political affiliations and so on. We have rule of law in Nigeria but our laws don’t rule in some many cases. God help us!

  4. It is unfortunate that this lady died this way. Whether she was set up or not she should not have agreed to traffic in drug knowing fully well the law of the Saudi. She knew what she was doing by inserting the drug in her private part. This is not that some people at Aminu Kano airport planted it in her luggage (as I read on one article yesterday). Did those syndicates at Kano airport insert the drug in her private part? The South East Asian and Arab countries have very strict laws concerning drug trafficking be it their own citizens or not. If Nigeria can incorporate some aspects of Sharia law into the law of the land I bet anybody kidnapping, money rituals, drug trafficking, armed robbery and many other vices will be at a minimal if not eradicated.

    • This someone who understands @uzoma

      There are too many ***** nigerians that just leave comments with sentiment and hatred for no reason.

      Just read that Tutu’s comment. She makes my stomach turns

      What type of education nigerians receive self?

    • I was surprised as well when I read the rectum part. I had initially thought they sneaked it in her luggage. If it was actually rectum, then it’s not a setup. Maybe she was lured into it but definitely not setup

      • Nobody sneaks anything into anyone’s luggage, please. That is cock and bull story. If a stranger sneaks drugs into their luggage, how will he find them to retrieve it? Abi he wants to lose the profits of his hard procured drugs for someone else to benefit? We should be smarter than this kind of mentality and thinking, fellow Nigerians

  5. How I wish the Kingdom commuted your death sentence to life imprisonment but their law is their law. Buhari had tried to stop this in 1984 you totally disagreed with him. Now, don’t you think it might be better if he had completely stopped this than for other Countries to be killing us in such a barbaric way.

    Again the deceased gambled between riches and death but ended with latter. We are so greedy by putting our lives on line for temporary relief of poverty in Nigeria. Most of you just want to show off and spending lavishly at Owambe party while Wasiu Ayinde is waiting for you to grab all proceeds from Saudi risk. I only pity the kids you left behind. You’ve subjected them to more suffering that you were trying to prevent them from. RIP.

  6. NO pity here. just go to you tube and see how Saudi Arabia has been cutting of people head , hand or leg for crimes. they don’t hide their intention , even at their airport you will see the sign drug is = death . yet our Nigerian people will still try to use black magic to traffic drug to such countries. drug trafficking is get rich or die trying , if she has succeeded. you will see here spraying money in parties . Rip

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *