A Nigerian Man Faces Death Penalty For Trafficking Drugs In Malaysia

A Nigerian Man Faces Death Penalty For Trafficking Drugs In Malaysia

A Nigerian man and an Australian nurse face the possibility of death sentence after a Malaysian court on Tuesday charged them with trafficking methamphetamines in the country.

A Nigerian Man Faces Death Penalty For Trafficking Drugs In Malaysia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anthony Esikalam Ndidi was charged with Emma Louise L’Aiguille, in a Kuala Lumpur court two weeks after police said they were arrested in possession of one kilogramme of the banned drug.

 

 Drug trafficking carries a mandatory death sentence by hanging in Malaysia, where hundreds of people are on death row, mostly for drug offences.

Anyone found to be in possession of at least 50 grams of methamphetamine is considered a trafficker.

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