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Sunday, August 21, 2016

Nigerian drug dealer who was executed in Indonesia buried amid tears

A Nigerian drug mule, Izuchukwu F. Ezimoha, who was killed after being sentenced to death over drug related offence in Indonesia, has been buried in his compound in Ezigbo village, Ihiala LGA of Anambra state.







He was laid to rest amid tears on Thursday, August 18th. His outing service will hold today in his village.






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According to another report,his family members also spent time with him before he was killed in Indonesia and Oh his body was brought back home!...Looks like he was a good man..oh!..I am lost for words.




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    1. Such a handsome,continue resting in the lord.

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    3. Look at his obituary. They wrote "painful exit of a hero" whose hero? A drug peddler for that matter. He is good to his family in expense of other people's family. He was selling drugs to destroy other people's life and here fools are calling him hero. Bunch of idiots.

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    4. shut up.h sold but didn't force anyone to buy.its their choice.ur a bastard.izu rip

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    5. Olawale y the painment!!!is he the curse of your bitter kola heart???

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    6. Olawale,your so bitter,why,you too will die one day and someone out there will even call u an idiot.ozu nwuru anwu!

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    7. Hmmmmn. See painment onto person Wey Don die matter.

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    8. See the idiots I am talking about. Sense of morality had died in this country. Encouraging the drug peddlers instead of condemning the act. The same idiots here now will be calling for better world when they busy encouraging wicked acts. Continue supporting peddlers when your children start running mad or die from the resulting consequences I hope it won't be too late then. And before all you all run your mouths again don't hide under anonymous. The illicit trade is wrong so the consequences should not draw any empathy

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    9. Olawale,he is their hero,hit your head on the wall!...
      I'm sure your people will never give you a beffiting burial like this because you have never helped anyone in your family!..,

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    10. Olawale please tell them o, confused fools.

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    11. @queen, what I work will give me my well deserved burial and again that is not the passage to heaven. What I stood for and my goodwill will guarantee that. I won't be remembered as drug peddler ,prostitute,murderer or a terrorist. And as for you Queen, do you pray that your children (if you have any) to be a drugpusher,user or die of drug abuse? I know you won't. Shelve your public conformity syndrome, condemn condemnables. Upholding vices in the societies will only reck one thing only and that is havoc and that is not good for me, for you and the world.

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    12. Olawale don't mind these shameless igbo fools, money is their god.
      Befitting burial my dark ass

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    13. I am Igbo...but I must say...Olawale is the only truly intelligent person on this thread. People let their emotions blind them. Yes he is dead, yes may his soul rest in peace...but a hero? If he truly peddled drugs and you call him your hero because he passed on and you feel emotional about it...then you should not be upset if your kid comes home and calls a criminal his hero...just know that it runs in your family blood.

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    14. Irony is,this so called drug peddler might be rejoicing in heaven with the host of heaven,why? He knew the time death was coming and had ample time to make things right with his creator.The question is,do you know where you'd spend eternity? You might not be opportuned to know the time of your demise.ponder on this.

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    15. Olawale what are nonsense are you talking about. Whether you like it or not he is a hero in his own world and deserves a beffiting burial

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    16. Na wa o. This is sad.

      But it should serve as a lesson to others. Stop Stop Stop.

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    17. Whaooo interesting piece olawale u spoke well,what's not good is not good,selling drugs is not a means of survival and am sure he too will have regretted his actions,before his death he will have been tortured.may God help our country IJN

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    18. Olawale hit the nail on the head!the truth is bitter but must be told.you people should accept that Mr izu is not a hero,check the meaning of hero.making money through illicit ways at the expense of others is certainly not heroic and not worthy of emulation.so if his son decides to emulate his hero father your people will cheer him up abi?I see how much the love of money and power has damaged some peoples sense of reasoning.

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  2. Too bad. God rest his soul. Amen


    #I am a fruitful vine, I am a joyful mother of children


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    1. Igbo people! They will rather die than live without money. Hmn

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    2. Anon, Shey na only igbo pple dey find money Abeg enter house go sleep

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    3. This kind of death dey break my heart. May God please forgive and accept his soul. But please drug peddlers should avoid countries where penalty is death. They should go to countries where as bad as e reach you go just go jail get even better contacts self.
      Wise guys they use oyibo popo deliver the stuff these days. Na money e go just cost you. And yes them corrupt die make una no they think say na only 9ja popo corrupt.
      My guys no fit carry any shit. Na those popo over their or better still Normal oyibo nigga, cus every black dude is a suspect. Even women done dey top the game.
      Any hustle na hustle. Sha na one thing go kill man. But we all pray to die at old age.
      Izu rest on e no go better for whoever snitched on you.

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    4. This kind of death dey break my heart. May God please forgive and accept his soul. But please drug peddlers should avoid countries where penalty is death. They should go to countries where as bad as e reach you go just go jail get even better contacts self.
      Wise guys they use oyibo popo deliver the stuff these days. Na money e go just cost you. And yes them corrupt die make una no they think say na only 9ja popo corrupt.
      My guys no fit carry any shit. Na those popo over their or better still Normal oyibo nigga, cus every black dude is a suspect. Even women done dey top the game.
      Any hustle na hustle. Sha na one thing go kill man. But we all pray to die at old age.
      Izu rest on e no go better for whoever snitched on you.

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    5. This kind of death dey break my heart. May God please forgive and accept his soul. But please drug peddlers should avoid countries where penalty is death. They should go to countries where as bad as e reach you go just go jail get even better contacts self.
      Wise guys they use oyibo popo deliver the stuff these days. Na money e go just cost you. And yes them corrupt die make una no they think say na only 9ja popo corrupt.
      My guys no fit carry any shit. Na those popo over their or better still Normal oyibo nigga, cus every black dude is a suspect. Even women done dey top the game.
      Any hustle na hustle. Sha na one thing go kill man. But we all pray to die at old age.
      Izu rest on e no go better for whoever snitched on you.

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    6. Queen probably does drugs or has kids that do drugs. Hope they don't get killed too.

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    7. E.hug queen

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    1. Yes, for others to spend. tcheeeew

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    2. He did but he didn't finish building his house. Now the family would be living off his wealth so what's the essence of doing drug? I think it's just plain stupidity. There is nothing like the peace of mind that comes from knowing you earned your keep the right way. The way you sleep at night, the joy when you get paid nothing beats it.

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    3. Words of wisdom

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    4. Nothing is guaranteed dearie.

      One must push boundaries, else no progress, and one is not advocating drug peddling either.

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  4. Yea he was a good man. He is from my husbands place. He made a lot of money thou

    RIP to him

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    1. Birds of the same feathers!

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    2. I don't know why dey don't stop
      Someone that built this house in d village is very ok nahhh, some professors never even build half of this

      Mchewwwwwwww

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    3. DAT means ur husband must be a drug dealer..killing people...na wa oh...I go finish u for did blog

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  5. Enter your comment...yea
    ..body was brought home because he married a woman from China

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    1. The wife looks like a dwarf

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    2. Haba now, she is not a dwarf. She is on her kneels crying.

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  6. You see! All the money he made and he's gone just like that. Look at the mansion. He will only live there in death. This looks very very painful. See how cute he is. #lifelessons101

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    1. He's cute. He only came into this world to make some people rich. Its a pity and am sure these will serve as a lesson to every drug dealer out there. What a pity!

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  7. Good people don't sell drugs....but this is very sad...He was a good man to his family. ..May his soul rip

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    1. Yea! As a "judgina" that you are. Good people don't sell drugs indeed.

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    2. Madam hussein, abacha and every other arsehole on earth was nice to their family.

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  8. R.I.p
    He spent his drug money wisely...
    Drug pays but it z a gamble of life n death.

    #i dun gamble except I'm betting on myself

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  9. He was hustling but with d wrong stuff!!!

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  10. Drugs.... My people won't learn n abstain from the illicit business. What a waste. RIP

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  11. I feel so sad for his widow and young children. Really sad. Igbos Pls learn to hustle in the right way. I know he wanted a good life for his family, but now he won't Even be alive to see his children grow. So sad. BTW, see his fine mansion.

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    1. If an Igbo man won gold medal at the Olympic,you wouldn't say ibo won but say Nigeria won...right? Do same here.'Nigerians should pls learn to hustle the right way' one love Nina

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    2. Shut up!!!!!
      Is it only Igbos that hustle wrongly?

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    3. Nigerians learn to hustle the right way

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    4. You really are stupider than your name seems to suggest. Why mention a tribe? Instead of advising anyone how much more a whole ethnic group, look at your own family and I advise you start from there. Bloody uchu!

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    5. What r u saying ni? Omonile na right hustle?

      Or selling of charms na right hustle? Abeg rest

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    6. You really are stupider than your name seems to suggest. Why mention a tribe? Instead of advising anyone how much more a whole ethnic group, look at your own family and I advise you start from there. Bloody uchu!

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    7. Can u at least pretend to be reasonably mature by not being tribalistic?...

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    8. So its only the ibos that peddle drugs? Other tribes dont? U must be a silly! Unam ikot.

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    9. *u must be a silly ass....(i mean)

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  12. May his soul rest in peace
    Every Igbo person, anywhere in the world knows he must surely go home someday, either dead or alive.

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    1. And other people don't? Tired of your warped statements on here with that your nose wey be like trombone.

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    2. That's true Tony. The guy made money look @ his house. Too bad he will only live there in death. 35yrs? Such a young and handsome man, he died as a hustler may he RIP.

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  13. Nonsense. Shameless peeps. They had to celebrate a criminal like this, a young person for that matter. Smh, tcw.
    That was probably his building, his greedy family can now move in. So what's the point of all his hustle?

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    1. Shut up!...
      What made him a criminal?...
      Most of you here judging this guy steal in your home and workplace...

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    2. Did you just ask what made him a criminal? Jesus!

      No, he was killed for performing miracles and saving lives in Indonesia! You are quite daft! SMH.

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  14. Make him widow gather muscle wella. His shameless family go shook eye for that building.

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  15. Soooo touching. My people, pls no matter how tempting, just say no to drugs

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  16. What a waste. When I look at the gap between the haves and have not, sometimes I don't blame these guys. Someone always wants to play the hero and bring their family out of extreme poverty. Then after one or two successful trips,greed sets in. It's easy money,almost too easy,so they don't quit. To think they just nabbed another one in mecca on pilgrimage. I pray he wasn't accused falsely, I pray he had an opportunity to make things right with God, i pray he's in heaven, cus when a man is six feet below the ground, that's all that matters. RIP.

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    1. Hmmmm, you can rationalize all you want, however when (if) you child is hooked on drugs, I am sure your outlook will change.

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  17. He was a good man trafficking drugs lol. Nothing when I no go see for this blog. Mtttssccchhheeewwwww

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    1. Don't mind Stella
      Sentimental rubbish

      I just pity the kids

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  18. A man who deal on drugs is not a good man,now who will eat his money. Vanity upon vanity

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  19. RIP. The guy get money sha from the business. It would be a lesson to all those who don't yield to advice

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  20. Please stop being sentimental it was right to execute him so that others will learn. How dare you do drugs in another man's country! Still more will be caught

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  21. RIP. I hope others will learn

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  22. It's a pity, God will punish those Indonesians!

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    1. Why should God punish them? For adhering to the law of their land ?

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    2. Ignorant bastard

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  23. If only we knew the wickedness these Nigerian drug dealers export abroad.Someone once told me his friends mixed the ash of mosquito coil to heroine to increase its quantity.These guys sell death in Europe & all over the world. Nigerian young men
    men.mostly igbos.My own people!

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  24. If only we knew the wickedness these Nigerian drug dealers export abroad.Someone once told me his friends mixed the ash of mosquito coil to heroine to increase its quantity.These guys sell death in Europe & all over the world. Nigerian young men
    men.mostly igbos.My own people! We should not in any way call this a hustle,a business or try to glorify it's proceeds.IT IS EVIL! Pure & simple!

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    1. Say No To Drugs.
      Say No To Crime.
      Say No To Greed.


      If You Can Do The Crime, Prepare To Do The Time.

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  25. Since he died in that circumstance isnt NDLEA supposed to seize the property as a deterrent to the living and the dead?

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    1. @Stranger, u know u sound jealous now??

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    2. Seize property after killing him kwa?? Smh

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    3. My God, how could you even think that? Talk more of spitting it out? So his execution is not enough lesson? Pls pray for God to cleanse your heart of wicked thoughts

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    4. He's dead and you are still beefing him.

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    5. Yes, but the indonesian equivalent of ndlea but the property is here so getting it would be hard.

      You should not benefit from proceeds of illegality...even in the bible, restitution is a huge part of rehabilitation

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    6. Yes I agree with u. NDLEA shld seize his properties.

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  26. Blame our politicians both past and present for this terrible lose. The set of rogues are worse than the drug peddler. If the set of rogues we call politicians in this country have not bastardised our economy, probably this man won't be dead today. The politicians are to blame. May his soul rest in peace

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  27. Saw this yesterday,tears filled my eyes, Indonesia such a wicked country, why death?

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  28. Lol, good man indeed. Is there anything like a good criminal. The guy is a criminal and his family don't have shame doing large burial and lying on the obituary poster. Typical...

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  29. So its only drug they can make money from abroad....let others not learn,thier days are numbered.....Besides its not only Igbo people that do this just that them Yoruba baba isale hot.them no dey too catch them.I hope the money this one made is enough to feed his family for ever since he sacrificed his life for them.

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    1. Gbam!..
      Your head is correct!...
      Yaraba people can't do without their charms!...I know one here in Ny...

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  30. I try not to judge this guy but feel terribly sad for his family. RIP

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  31. Chai!!!! Dosent mean others would stop. They would say Izu no smart na why thry catch am forgetting that everyday for the thief, one day for the owner.

    See his house!!!! Na wa at least he made money well

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  32. I saw the picture where he was tied to a pole waiting to be shot dead on facebook. That will be the most painful thing. Watching your loved one about to be shot dead. My head was filled up with tears. All I feel is pity towards him. This is no time to judge at all. Anyway, one thing must kill a man.

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  33. D postal tho.who died in indonesia...som set of pple r not shaneful.wetin kill am?

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    1. Why would they be ashamed to give their son a befitting burial?...
      Biko shut up!...

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  34. This here is Africa's problem, we support our own even when sadly they were fools. Most Nigerians don't know the effect of those bound by cocaine, crystal meth, heroine and so we don't know the damage some hard drugs make. Seeing people in the west you once knew on methadone and having to steal just to fund this lifestyle is sad. I talking of career people who once worked in banks and the city. This man wasn't good, he was and is a world class arsehole. Also Stella, you are meant to be an example, stop all this insane comments cos call the man what he was.

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    1. Good and sensible comment.
      Bless you.

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    2. Thank you!
      The truth is very bitter.
      He was a drug peddler!
      His business has killed lots of people.

      There was nothing GOOD about him biko.
      Nigeria should have same laws too. Execution for drug peddlers.

      Rest in peace nwannem nwoke.
      You knew it was coming.
      I hope you made it right with God before you died.
      What you did wasn't right at all.
      It was very wrong nwanna.

      Ndo.

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    3. Oliviasilk you are beginning to make sense again. Good

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  35. I get one toaster wey look like him o, he just wasted his life

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  36. Nawaoooo see as this fine guy just waste his life for nothing..they will never learn!

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  37. May his Soul Rest in Peace.
    I hope his family manages the resources he left behind well so they won't have to suffer again.

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  38. I am indeed shocked at the comments I am reading here. God does not desire the death of a sinner, but have we lost our values? Illicit drug business has destroyed a lot of young people and families, as well. He should have been quietly buried cos of the circumstances of his death and not celebrated.

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  39. Shame of a people. In a decent society with honour such burial should be discreet.

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  40. U pple re fools for being judgemental ve u asked ursef if d guy was set up? Sometimes wot pple experience in d hands of Asians jst bcos of der jealousy, dey set u up n call police on u, dey plant drugs in ur house n call police, or smtimes Na police pple dey frame some up, racism is real der, dey get jealous wen dey see blacks doin well, dis guy may be innocent pls, Na wen u travel u go understand

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  41. It's quite a pity but a law is a law
    My Igbo brothers should learn and stop peddling drugs
    Most of these countries adiro achi
    You'll spend time in jail and still get killed

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    1. It's not only Igbo people that do drugs...it's just that most of them don't use charms in covering themselves....
      A yaraba or Hausa person can't do such business without using juju...is not possible...

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    2. Linda, whether Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa drug peddling deserves death penalty.
      Let's be honest to ourselves.
      This man must have been using juju too but his day was up. Simple.
      Hian.

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    3. Kill urslf,wen ur brothers do evil u justify it but wen others do it becomes a crime,sit down der and be yarning dust.instead of u guys to call a meeting and talk senses into ur brothers get rich or die trying attitude,be crying about lik a shameless illiterate dat u are and watch all ur brothers die in pain in foreigb lands,wonder who wil marry ur sistas wen u finaly get ur biafra.vilag goat.

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    4. Go and talk to your Yoruba brothers arrested for peddling drugs in Saudi Arabia. Meanwhile they went for hajj. Bloody hypocrites

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  42. I am just sad!
    See his cute face. And he comes across as a good person. I know if he was given a second chance,he'd never go near drugs again in his life.
    Chai! How his death Wil torture his parents and his wife. And the kids when they are of age and really understand.

    I am reminded of Lobito's death.
    We were in school with his kids and that fateful day,news filtered in that he was dead. I remember seeing one of his kids during break time dancing around and her usual happy self. I was young but I understood what it meant. That this happy child would never see her dad again.
    Can't remember much now but I know Enugu mourned his death.
    Keep resting Lobito!
    Keep resting Izu!

    And may you who wanna do this,pause right now and think of the hurt ur death Wil inflict on ur loved ones.

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    1. The death of Lobito was all over the place then..I think I was in primary school...
      Chai!...

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    2. Omg!! I know Lobito street abi crescent in Achara layout, Enugu. My mom always tells us his story anytime we drive pass that street.
      TGW nwa 042!

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    3. Not just hurt on loved ones. Think of people who become drug addicts and lose themselves in it and eventually OD or go crazy.
      That's the first thing that should come to everybody's mind.

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    4. Lobito crescent is at indepence layout off nza street at Ify...

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    5. Ify Onyekwelu it's Lobito for Adam and Eve Boutique(Italian wears)at Edozien Street in Uwani....

      Lobito Crescent that is in Independence Layout, Enugu, where Jayjay Okocha lives too. And his plaza, Lobito Plaza at Ishielu Street in Independence Layout...

      Ugly Owerri Man that made billions from drugs.
      This man died in 1985 some 31 years back and you women were in primary school? Remembers the death? Interesting.

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    6. Ify Baibe! Nne Udo!
      Lindodo Udo!!!
      Umu 042 Ibe m!
      Nwanne Onweloooo!
      Hahahahahahhaha

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  43. Well articulated and emotion laden words from the General's wife. May his soul rest in peace.

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  44. This just broke me!...
    Please if you wanna do drug business in all these Asian countries,...don't do it with an empty hand!..
    Look for a very good juju man that would be ringing bell for you at home!...
    Infact,use correct odeshi from Ijebu ode to cover your self!...
    See fine boy just wasted like that...
    RIP Izuchukwu Nwoke Oma!...I like how your people celebrated you even in death!...
    You are a man!...and I respect people like you...

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    1. ur children will do drugs...Amen...and dey will not know God even if dey hear d word of God..its only juju dey shall look up to...Amen

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    2. Why won't it break you? Stupid woman speaking through her anus.
      Anuofia!

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    3. Una go stil buy many caskets,many of ur brothers are stil on death row,one down many waiting . hardworking pple tueh.

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    4. Una go stil buy many caskets,many of ur brothers are stil on death row,one down many waiting . hardworking pple tueh.

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    5. Please,it has been said several times on this blog that you people should stop cursing 'children',no matter the offence of the mom..Imaging someone have cursed the innocent you through your mom too
      Am not supporting anybody,i just don't buy the idea!!!

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    6. Anon @14-35 gerout. His exit is painful

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  45. @General's wife,I remember Lobito's death too.It was quite painful,they children were my class mate then.
    Izu,rest in peace

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    1. You + tgw are old. Lobito died in 1985. Smh

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    2. Nnekwa Nwanna!*Shines teeth*
      My fellow UPS guy.
      Nna Udo!

      It was painful to see his kids around school then. It was just sad. Used to shop @ his "Lobito Children's Corner" Beautiful well-lighted Boutique it was. Big!
      I even still remember the Jingle.
      "When It comes to fashion,there's only one place to go oooo....
      The leading place is Lobito!
      For Elegance and Style
      Lobito Is the Plaaaaaaceee
      To put a smile on your face!

      And a baritone voice Wil end the advert with "Lobito Wil put a smile on your face!
      I think that voice was that of famed Chuzzy Boko of Our Enugu popular FM.

      Chai. Memories! Enugu rocks!

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  46. I've never heard any of you dirty cunts telling queen of dirty cunts not to be tribalistic. Until that happens keep your fucking mouths shut you useless smelly pigs.

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    1. They support her na, useless things

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    2. Do you ve to sound so dirty just to make a point?

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  47. So sad. His life just cut short at just 35yrs. The drug business is a very dangerous one and many know what is obtainable if caught but still they go ahead simply because of poverty and how also they can help to free their family from the shackle if poverty by whatever means possible.

    I pray comfort to his family at this time.

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  48. Igbokwenu,na una be d problem of Nigeria

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    1. chai! see painment oo, oya, dibezianu.

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    2. Is Nigeria a country?...that place is a zoo with animals like you living in there!...

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  49. Just reading the comments of these eeboh juju worshipers and shaking my head. You think any juju can beat drug detection machines, trained dogs and customs checking technics? keep fooling yourselves. Don't get me wrong some people slip through the cracks but they will eventually get caught if they keep doing it.
    The reason why they don't catch Yoruba people for drug smuggling is because Yorubas don't smuggle drugs. They keep catching and killing eebohs because eebohs are the only ones drug smuggling in Nigeria. If you believe in the so called juju you mentioned why don't you try it yourself since you don't see anything wrong with drug smuggling. After all money is money no matter how you get it. And since its a good business in your eyes may all your loved ones be drug smugglers.

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  50. The queen and boss brother use to peddle drugs before making money and finally married an akata. So you people should not be surprised at her supporting Izu. Its a way of reminding her it could have being her bros,but he escaped it. Take this info to the bank. Linda,you know you cannot deny this.

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  51. May his soul rest in peace, please kindly listen to our song tam tam Miri by Rita Sheddy on youtube,it's mostly about this, we are also working on the English version, we must create awareness for its time we stop all these, thanks

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  52. Ibos really don't have shame at all. Republic of Biafra will be Republic of Drug Peddling. Na their way be that, Igbo kwenu! Land of criminals - same with fake drugs then too, na dem. Anambra people in particular

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    1. Shut up!,,.
      And your land is what?..juju and yahoo yahoo...
      Kwakwakwakwa...You people should allow us to go nau....
      Why are you all scared about us leaving the zoo called Nigeria?...
      Hian!...

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  53. See the fear in eyes as he begged for his life. * sigh* dats life. Sometimes, it is better to make slow nd steady dan fast nd furious. His intentions might have been noble but he went about it d wrong way. All dat is in d past now. If he was sensible enough to make peace with his maker before his death, den all we are typing nd quarrelling over here is inconsequential. Death is not d ultimate tragedy. Where you go after death is.

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  54. I only pity his families, if he wasn't caught he wld hav been claiming igbo business man nt knowing that's he's a drug peddler. He didn't just start today, he's been doing it for long, his time was just up. Destroying other people's life to build one useless mansion in dis bush

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  55. I think he was d same one u posted a video of him singing in a church shortly after d execution. Though he was on dreads then. May his soul rest in peace.

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  56. Who is stopping you cowards from leaving. You have been told what to do to leave Nigeria numerous times here which is all ibos should PACK your things and LEAVE all the other states in Nigeria and GO BACK to your states and STAY there and do not step foot in any other Nigerian states ever again. It's that simple, oya step one start PACKING.

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  57. Everybody is someones child.
    Nobody was dropped down from heaven.
    If you abuse anyone, expect your child to be abused.
    All's fair in war.
    Receive sense.

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  58. Get out of the "zoo" you staying makes you the biggest animal.

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  59. Onye ike they will never learn.

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    1. Abeg when dey are leaving d zoo, dey should leave we d delta igbos. We dont want to go with them. We dont peddle drugs and we dont support it and Will not ne proud of any of our own in it. Imagine organising a loud burial for somebody executed abroad. It is now a thing of prise dat their son was executed for drugs. The state government should not ve allowed dis. What example is d Family setting for the young ones. Anambra people Una no get shame at all.

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  60. The annoying part of everything is that even those his kinsmen who want him dead will still cry publicly during his burial and rejoice like forever because he's no longer alive. Pls never give your enemies the chance to rejoice over your downfall. Hustle wisely.

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  61. What a shame to celebrate a criminal and glorify the crime. Now like the rich fool, who now enjoys the money he died for? He was a a criminal who sold hard drugs that have destroyed the lives of many and yet you call him a good man. He is in the same category of those business men who sell fake drugs in chemist's shop and make profit from killing innocent lives and you say he is a good man. Vanity upon vanity... all is vanity.

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  62. May his soul rest in peace, Amen.

    Ifeyinwa Atuanya never build house at the age of 41.

    Where she go get money, build house?

    Na wah oh.

    I dey ask people, may dem help me; Ifeyinwa Atuanya build house.

    Thank you. Ojare.

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  63. @TheGeneral'sWife, is the dead young man, Lobito's son.

    'Lobito na ele boutique na Enugu?'

    Was Lobito pushing drugs in his days?

    Na wah oh. Stories everywhere.

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