Photos: Nigerian Footballer Convicted Of Drug Trafficking Executed In Singapore

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November 19, 2016 – Singapore Hangs Convicted Nigerian Drug Trafficker, Rejects Petitions Of Clemency

Nigerian Footballer Convicted Of Drug Trafficking Executed In Singapore

Convicted Nigerian drug dealer, Chijioke Stephen Obioha breathe his last breath yesterday after he was executed by hanging in Singapore.

The 38-year-old Nigerian who travelled to Singapore in 2005 for football trial was caught with cannabis in April 2007. He was convicted of trafficking the banned drug weighing 2604.56grams and was sentenced to death by hanging according to the Misuse of Drugs Act (MDA) of Singapore.

Two Clemency petitions filed by the High Commission of Nigeria in Singapore were turned down.

Chijioke Stephen Obioha

Obioha was executed alongside 31-year-old Malaysian, Devendran Supramaniam yesterday.

May his soul rest in peace.

8 thoughts on “Photos: Nigerian Footballer Convicted Of Drug Trafficking Executed In Singapore

  1. Regardless of the crime you may have committed that does not involve fiscal killing of any body, shouldn’t supposed to claim your life. I believe there’s lots of other punishment to serve you.
    (my opinion)

    REST IN PEACE BROTHER! AND MAY GOD FORGIVE YOU IN ANY WAY YOU MAY HAVE GONE WRONG.

    • ADVICE YOUR BROTHERS!!!! INDONESIA, MALESIYA, SINGAPOR AND ANY ISLAMIC COUNTRIES SAYS DEATH SENTENCE!!!! SO YOU CAN’T DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT YOU EITHER ACCEPT OR YOU DIE AND GO TO THE GRAVE. EVEN AS WE ARE TALKING RIGHT NOW MORE OF HIS BROTHERS ARE STILL PREPARING TO PUSH DRUGS RIGHT NOW…. YOUR PEOPLE’S RECORDS SHOWS THAT IT’S IN YOU BLOOD… HAVE YOU HEAD AN HOUSA MAN KILLED THROUGH DRUGS AND HOW MANY YOURUBAS HAVE YOU HEAD… EVERY TIME ****OOOOOOOS USELESS PEOPLE DESTROYING THE IMAGE OF NIGERIA.

  2. His own is over, However it’s high time for any would be Drug Courier in Nigeria to learn a good lesson from Obioha’s mistake

  3. This guy was wrongly convicted based on misused of drug i.e he was assumed to be using more than required dosage. He was not caught selling the drug in the street. How in a world could someone get death sentence based on that premonition? GUYS, you need to be very careful when you visit that part of the world.

    I strongly believe that this guy case was racially motivated. At least jail time is sufficient to justify his crime not by putting him to death.

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