Photos: 2 Nigerian Drug Dealers Caught With 1.3kg Of Cocaine In Cambodia Jailed For Life

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May 27, 2017 – Photos: 2 Nigerian Drug Dealers Who Excreted 1.3kg Of Cocaine In Cambodia Sentenced To Life Imprisonment

33-year-old Adibe Paschal and his partner in crime 42-year-old Okafor Ifeanyi Anthony were in May 2016 arrested for allegedly smuggling 1.27 kg of cocaine in their stomach to Cambodia.

The drug smugglers heading to Pattaya in Thailand appeared in court on Wednesday and were sentenced to life imprisonment and $10,000 fine each for smuggling more than 1kg of cocaine into Cambodia.

Investigation revealed that the Thailand-bound drug smugglers departed Nigeria for Vietnam and arrived Cambodia via Dubai from where they were arrested.

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Wonder why these young men risk their life all because of fast money.

4 thoughts on “Photos: 2 Nigerian Drug Dealers Caught With 1.3kg Of Cocaine In Cambodia Jailed For Life

  1. fast and furious..whether drugs or yahoo yahoo..surviving in abroad with such crimes is like putting u in a lions den..it will devour u when the time comes..make una kwontinue

  2. please the Ohaneze ndigbo n their elders, the Nigerian govt should up their game both in sensitization campaign and empowering the youths, cos this is becoming a trend and also offshoot of a fast decadence of patriotism and believe on ones country.
    Our religious leaders alike, what have they been preaching, its high time we came back to d drawing board, where have they gone wrong, has their preachings been a propergators of celebrating material amass values instead of the gospel of “seek ye first the kingdom of God an its righteousness and every oda tin shall be added unto you”.
    with profound sence of unflinching solidarity i send my regards to any well meaning Nigerian youth out there who still share in the undaunted true old saying that hards work pays n gud name is better than silver and gold. instead of the pervated and elusive miraculous “money miss road” prosperities by most religious houses.

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