Photos: 2 Nigerian Students, Roommates Sentenced To Death For Drug Trafficking In Malaysia

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December 21, 2017 – 2 Nigerian College Students, Flatmates To Be Executed After Court Sentenced Them To Death In Malaysia For Drug Trafficking

2 Nigerians From Abia State To Be Execute In Malaysia

On Wednesday, two college students from Nigeria were sentenced to death for allegedly trafficking 3.5kg of Meth in Malaysia back in 2014.

The convicts, 28-year-old Mustafa Azmir (pseudo) and 30-year-old Jude Nnamdi Achaonye  were convicted on the 20th of December 2017 by a judge after several boxes containing Methamphetamine drug were delivered to their apartment by a courier.

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13 prosecution witnesses and two defence witnesses were present during their trial on Wednesday.

Malaysian High Court Judge, Datuk Abdul Halim Anam after studying testimonies from the prosecution and defence witnesses who tendered 73 exhibits, ruled that the accused were drug traffickers.

He thereby sentenced them to death.

In his ruling, Abdul Halim said:

Mustafa Azmir and the other convict, Jude Achaonye were childhood friends who attended the University of Jos together.

According to a social media source, Jude reportedly facilitated Amzir’s travel to Malaysia where they continued their friendship.

They are both from Umuahia in Abia state.

What a sad way to end it all!!!.May God have mercy on their souls.

6 thoughts on “Photos: 2 Nigerian Students, Roommates Sentenced To Death For Drug Trafficking In Malaysia

  1. PEOPLE WILL NEVER LEARN..THE PURSUIT OF FAST CASH..DONT TRY IT IN ASIA.MALAY,INDONESIA,SINGAPORE,CHINA..THEY DONT PLAY AND ITS PUNISHMENT IS DEATH…U WILL STILL SEE ANOTHER GROUP HEADING THE SAME ROUTE..WHAT A WASTE AND AGONY TO THEIR VARIOUS FAMILIES

  2. The same lawlessness, lack of respect for law and order, insatiable appetite for fast money that turned Nigeria into one big jungle is the same attitude we carry with us everywhere, forgetting that if citizens of other countries were like us, their countries would not be so organized we seek refuge there. Well, they just have to face the consequences of their willful actions. I hope others are learning that those countries mean business when they say “No drugs, No prostitution”. Is that too hard to understand?????

  3. I don’t have any pity for you guys. Those Countries have laws and you have to respect that. You can’t just violate their laws especially on drugs. They have zero tolerance for drugs. Those Countries are not like your Country Nigeria where there is no law.

    You can’t claim that you don’t know who sent you those parcels and think they will believe you. You guys risk your life for something that doesn’t worth it. At least you already knew the consequence of that offence before you went for it. You either make your money or loose your life and you choose the latter. Good for you guys.

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