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Zainab Aliyu Released! Nigerian Woman Arrested Over Tramadol Drug Trafficking Freed By Saudi Arabia

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Zainab Aliyu Released! Nigerian Woman Arrested Over Tramadol Drug Trafficking Freed By Saudi Arabia

Another victim of staged drug trafficking, Zainab Aliyu has regained her freedom after months of detention in Saudi Arabia.

Zainab Aliyu who was arrested in Saudi last year after narcotics were discovered in her bags was set free shortly after the arrest of a syndicate trafficking drug to Saudi Arabia by concealing them in travel bags of unsuspecting Hajj pilgrims.

22-year-old Zainab a student of Maitama Sule University in Kano was arrested after Tramadol was found in her bag back in December.

She claimed that it was planted in her luggage by unknown persons.

Saudi released her following the arrest of the syndicate planting drugs in bags of travellers from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport.

Many people like Zainab Aliyu have been beheaded for no just cause in Saudi Arabia.



  1. iron bar

    April 30, 2019 at 11:22 PM

    sounds good ,hope those behind the acts are not set free..About time to even reform customs,immigration and porters in the nation..too many bad eggs

  2. Lola O

    May 1, 2019 at 3:06 AM

    Alhamdulillah, I rejoice with this young lady and her family. Imagine being hanged for a crime she knew nothing about? How wicked are Nigerians? To think some of the perpetrators are old enough to be her parents? Such a young promising life would have been wasted, not mentioning the shame, pain and agony her family will encounter. I have a few choice words for those evil doers in Nigeria from the throne of Almighty. Evil shall never cease in their households and generations yet unborn. They will have no place and will not enjoy their children. The blood of the innocent they caused to die will cause bloodbath to come upon their generations. Aameen

    • Nikky

      May 1, 2019 at 6:35 AM

      Please curse them and leave their generations out of it. They could have enough curses to last them their lifetime and hereafter.
      How would you feel if you were suffering from the curses placed on your ancestors hundreds of years ago? Or if the children of those drug planters that are upright before God and have nothing to do with this crime return these curses to you and your generation?
      That’s why they say you Nigerians e o le bo mbe. You release curses anyhow without thinking. Even the Holy Bible says only the soul that sins shall die.
      Westerners will always Lord it over you until you stop this shit. Do you ever hear a child or grandchild is punished for the sins of their parents or grandparents?
      We’re all sinners before God and it’s the curses people like you are quick to place on generations that make your country a cursed one.

      • Lola O

        May 2, 2019 at 12:42 AM

        Do you know how many generations they have destroyed by causing innocent people to be killed? People should be aware that their generations will suffer from whatever evil seeds they sow. I don’t have any qualms cursing them with their generations, if people do not want their children and future generations to suffer, they must desist from evil. As for me, I pray my children reap everything I have sown. Is anyone having sleepless nights over that? Let us all examine our handiwork, so our children will not reap evil. I hope Nikky reads this message.


      May 1, 2019 at 11:55 AM

      All thanks to Mr President Muhammad Buhari for the fast response towards her case.

      Mr President, please extend the same efforts to Nigerians in diaspora who has been accused wrongly. Saudi Arabia is an interesting Holy Land, but let them be lenient with capital punishment by converting it to life imprisonment with hard labour. So scary to travel to Asia and Middle East.

      I believe the blood thirsty executioners in Saudi won’t be impress of Zainab release.

      More efforts in airport surveillance to curtail repetition of this heinous act.

      Thanks a lot Okechukwu Muhammad Buhari, I’m really impress you justify life of a youthful Nigeria. Bravo!!!

  3. DB

    May 1, 2019 at 8:44 AM

    That is good news, but come to think of it, how come this girl was rescued almost immediately outside Nigeria and Leah Sharibu within Nigeria has not been rescued. Is it difficult to make deductions about the state of the nation?

  4. Rosy

    May 1, 2019 at 11:56 AM

    Thank your stars that you are now free.

  5. Fifelomo

    May 2, 2019 at 5:06 AM

    Thank God you didn’t die for what you committed not.

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