NIGERIANS IN FOREIGN PRISONS, LOOMING FEAR OF EXECUTION
There are 20 Nigerians still on death row in Saudi Arabia, while 12 more already sentenced to prison. The Federal Government was saddened by the fact that in some instances, the unfortunate Nigerians were the victims of drug cartels working with some airline workers.
One of the problems includes that of drugs stealthily put in the bags of unsuspecting pilgrims by the cartels only for them to be picked up on arrival in Saudi Arabia.
There is also the case of five Nigerians arrested in the United Arab Emirates for robbing a bureau de change. They are Chimuanya Emmanuel-Ozo, Benjamin Nwachukwu-Ajah, Kingsley Ikenna-Ngoka, Toochukwu Leonard-Arusi and Chile Micah-Ndunagu.
During Morning Crossfire 99.3 Nigeria Info, Wemimo Adewuni examined issues having to do with Nigerians in foriegn prisons.
NIGERIANS IN FOREIGN PRISONS AND THE LOOMING FEAR OF EXECUTION
Morning Crossfire with Wemimo(@wemimospot) & Dapo (@abanjo1) alongside Rotimi Sankore (@RotimiSankore) #MorningCrossfire #NigeriaInfo993