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SCARS™ SCAM NEWS: 23 Nigerians To Be Executed In Saudi Arabia
Nearly Two Dozen Nigerians Will Be Hung In Saudia Arabia Soon
Saudi Arabian government has published the names of 23 Nigerians involved in drug trafficking and other crimes as they reveal that they may be executed very soon as the law demands.
They were said to have been arrested between 2016 and 2017 at King Abdul-Aziz International Airport, Jeddah and Prince Muhammad bin Abdu- Aziz International Airport, Madinah having concealed the banned substances in their rectums, the Saudi document revealed.
The names of the convicted persons were given as:
- Adeniyi Adebayo Zikri
- Tunde Ibrahim
- Jimoh Idhola Lawal
- Lolo Babatunde
- Sulaiman Tunde
- Idris Adewuumi Adepoju
- Abdul Raimi Awela Ajibola
- Yusuf Makeen Ajiboye
- Adam Idris Abubakar
- Saka Zakaria
- Biola Lawal
- Isa Abubakar Adam
- Ibrahim Chiroma
- Hafis Amosu
- Aliu Muhammad
- Funmilayo Omoyemi Bishi
- Mistura Yekini
- Amina Ajoke Alobi
- Kuburat Ibrahim
- Alaja Olufunke Alalaoe Abdulqadir
- Fawsat Balagun Alabi
- Aisha Muhammad Amira
- Adebayo Zakariya.
This is coming only a couple of weeks after the Saudi authorities executed Kudirat Afolabi for drug trafficking and Saheed Sobade, another Nigerian, reportedly nabbed with 1,183 grams of cocaine powder in Jeddah.
Saudi Arabia and other regional countries have been popular stepping stone countries for the Nigerian cartel business throughout the world.
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