A Lesson To Learn As A Nigerian Man Was Executed In Indonesia For Possessing 158k Drugs
By Kakakiblog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 27960 views
The execution of a Nigerian man from the Eastern part of Nigeria was carried out in Indonesia after cocaine weighing 158 kg was found in his possession at Indonesia.
It was alleged that the same man that was executed in Indonesia built and opened for operation, a beautiful and gigantic hotel in Awka, Anambra State since last year November according to report from a reliable source.
However, the man could be seen to have been led away by the police to where he would be executed after being sentence to death.
Nevertheless, It's imperative to note that death penalty is regarded as a legal punishment in Indonesia. Though, the death penalty could be seen to have been applied occasionally in cases of premeditated murder and regularly to some drug cases in the country.
Be that as it may, a lesson should be learnt from the death of this Nigerian man that no matter how longer one has been in the business of drugs either as drug dealer and drug peddler, the wealth gotten from this illicit business could only guarantee a short term enjoyment as there is always a tragic end. It's either you're killed or jailed for years in the process you're caught.
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