The trial of eight Nigerian males and a Cambodian lady accused of dealing medicine crystal methamphetamine from a Mountain of Hearth and Miracles Ministries Church in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, ended on Tuesday, August 9, with the lady claiming she had no concept that the smartphone packing containers she delivered in 2014 have been full of medicine.
Throughout the third and remaining day of questioning on the Phnom Penh Municipal Courtroom, Nigerian nationwide Favour Nnabuife Okorom, 36, and the Cambodian defendant, Mam Vinyong, 25, have been questioned over their involvement in a crystal methamphetamine ring that police say operated out of the Mountain of Hearth and Miracles Ministries Church in Meanchey district in 2014 and early 2015.
Ms. Vinyong admitted to delivering smartphone packing containers for defendant Tony Mmaduka Chukwuonye, however claimed she was unaware that there have been medicine inside. The pair turned shut after assembly on the church following the top of her earlier relationship, she stated, including that he had paid for powdered milk for her child.
“On the finish of October and early November, I delivered the products two or 3 times, and in December I delivered them yet one more time,” she stated, including that she was paid $one hundred per day for appearing as a courier.
“Mr. Tony simply advised me they contained useful objects and I assumed they could be model-new smartphones,” she stated.
Nevertheless, Roeung Pheap, a bureau chief on the Inside Ministry’s anti-drug division, refuted Ms. Vinyong’s declare of innocence.
“Earlier than we went to arrest her, our undercover officers reported that she was delivering the medicine to different sellers, and we all know Mr. Tony was the one who typically ordered her to do it,” he stated.
Just like the seven different Nigerian defendants who testified throughout two earlier days of hearings, Mr. Okorom denied every little thing. Requested about receiving medicine from Ms. Vinyong at a KFC restaurant at Phnom Penh’s Sovanna Purchasing Middle, he stated,
“I had solely lived in Cambodia for 2 months and had by no means been to KFC.”
A verdict is due on September 12.
*The red prison uniform they have on just killed my love for color red.This people will not hear word and it will get worse as Christmas approaches...Get rich or die trying,do nothing and still die..lol