Saturday, 5 October 2013

Three Nigeria Students Get Death Penalty In Malaysia

The High court of Malaysia don sentense to death three Naija student for malaysia after dey don find dem guity oftrafficking morethan 1kg of mathamphetamine tqwo years ago.

Judge Kamardin Hashim handed down the sentence on Chigozie Patrick Umeohudo, 26, Nnaemeka Nwafor, 25, and Chibuike Collins Nnebedum, 24, after finding that their defence were merely a denial, fictitious and could not be trusted.

"The court is satisfied and find that the defence has failed to raise reasonable doubts at the end of the defence case.

"Therefore, the three accused are found guilty and sentenced to death," he added.

The three Nigerians, who were students at a private college in the country, were charged with trafficking in 1,008.3gm of the drug at Jalan 4/40, Taman Sri Segambut, Sentul here at 5.30pm on June 10, 2011.

The drug was found in a plastic bag which was kept in a biscuit tin.

Deputy public prosecutor Jean Sharmila Jesudason prosecuted, while Chigozie and Chibuike were represented by lawyer Rajpal Singh, while Nnaemeka by lawyer Saranjeet Kaur Sidhu.


  1. Three young lives to be wasted maka why? Longer throat and I want to be big boy now now.

    1. No Mind dem na book dey send dem make dey go read na drug den dey carry. We hope others go take their Tori learn...