Nigerian Woman, Student Sentenced To Death In Malaysia For Drug Trafficking

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May 15, 2015 – Nigerian Woman, Student Sentenced To Death In Malaysia For Drug Trafficking

Yesterday, a verdict was reached in a drug trafficking case involving a Nigerian female student by the name of Mary George Unazi.

She was caught on May 10th, 2011 trafficking 765.9grams of Methamphetamine at the KL Int’l Airport in Malaysia.

Yesterday, she was found guilty of trafficking the banned substance. The presiding judge, Datuk Ghazali Cha said she had failed to convince the court that the bag with the banned drug wasn’t hers.

The 30-year-old Benue-born lady has been sentenced to death.

Section 39B(1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952 of Malaysia carries mandatory death penalty upon conviction.

12 thoughts on “Nigerian Woman, Student Sentenced To Death In Malaysia For Drug Trafficking

  1. RIP let others learn from her ordeal. She was incarcerated for 4 years and crowned with death penalty for driving on the fast lane of life

  2. This girl was framed up,she did n’t ve access to a good councel to defend her,let Nig rise to this duty and safe her indigene 4 once.

  3. That country is wicked, and they better stop trying to play ”god” by the means of taking peoples lives away.The malaysian governement didn’t grant them life in the first place.

  4. People should learn to respect other country’s laws. In most if not all Asian countries the penalty for drug trafficking is death.

  5. Odion Joseph yes because ****** lacks discipline from birth and childhood. Most grew up around shops premises as such no parental guidance and good morals. They think the way they behaved is similar to other nations. That’s why they always fall in trouble.

  6. Oh no not again what’s wrong with our naija brothers and sisters this is too much u guys should take it easy on fast way to get money or get rich painful Rip in advance.

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