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Monday, September 05, 2016

Relatives Of Executed Nigerian Drug Peddler Explain Why He Was Given A Befitting Burial.

Uneasy calm still pervades the sleepy community of Ezigbo village, Orsumoghu in Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra State, since the death of Felix Izuchukwu Ezimoha, who was executed alongside three other Nigerians for drug trafficking in Indonesia on July 28.




Following the display of Ezimoha’s burial pictures in his mansion at Ezigbo on social media, a lot of commentators have condemned the community for giving a ‘befitting’ burial to a man executed for drug trafficking.

New telegraph correspondent who visited the community reported that Ezimoha was born in 1981 and lived quietly in Orsumoghu till he went to Nnewi the industrial commercial hub of Anambra State to trade. A reliable source close to the family who wants to be identified simply as Mrs. Nwaokoroafor told Saturday Telegraph that the 35-year-old Ezimoha was a humble, quiet and a gift to the entire community and beyond, whose passion for the poor and the needy knew no bound.


“I don’t want to remember the death of Izuchkwu, We cannot recover from the shock in this village in the next five decades,” she said. “The father died so many years ago. The mother is not here and his only brother is an okada man. There is nobody in their place; they all left immediately after the burial.
That is all I know. “I don’t know whether he collapsed before he was killed but all I am saying is that the boy was a good boy and was generous to the community and other neighbouring communities. We cannot count the number of houses he built for widows and indigents in the town.


All we are praying to God is for Him to revenge for us and Izuchukwu,” Nwaokoroafor said. Meanwhile, his new mansion and his father’s compound were under lock and key as at the time our correspondent visited the community. But when contacted the President General of the community, Ezefunamba Hyginus, also spoke about Ezimoha.


He said: “What I am telling was what I heard. I was not there in Indonesia. The fact was that the boy was trading at Nnewi before he left the shores of Nigeria in 2003. After a while, we didn’t hear about him. We later heard that he was apprehended by the Indonesia security operatives and was put in the prison. “On enquiry, we were told that he was arrested and nothing was found on him and in his house after the security operatives conducted their search.


We heard also that it was a conspiracy and the person who named him as a member of the drug cartel was from Anambra State, who was squatting in Izuchukwu’s house. They said they were tried and convicted but he insisted that he was not a drug born”.
He added: “While he was in prison, he got married to an Indonesia woman and wedded in prison. He also had three children while in prisons, two boys and a girl.” Hyginus said it was through the help of his Indonesian wife that the community started getting hint about him again.


“We also learnt he continued appealing against the judgment of the lower court, who convicted him but because the witness who accused him had died, he was trapped in the prison custody until he was wasted.”



The president general said Ezimoha consistently told the Indonesia court that he knew nothing about drug business, but there was no witness to corroborate his claim. “In fact it was painful that the Federal Government of Nigeria could not intervene despite the global attention the trial attracted. 


What his kinsmen were now asking was that if he was found guilty of drug trafficking as they claimed, why should they allow his corpse to be buried in Nigeria?



66 comments:

  1. So they don't believe he was into drug peddling, I hear una

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    1. So what business was he doing that he built houses for people, he helped so many people but destroyed so many others. Anyone doing crime should be willing to pay the price if caught. But how come his only brother is riding Okada and he is building houses for others?

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    2. No explanation needed!
      Especially to all these people that ll still poke holes in your story...
      Let the dead rest in peace.

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    3. I thought it was only Yarabas that are back stabbers. So it was somebody from the same community that snitched on him?

      Ehen,then I read his only brother is an okada man. He was building houses for widows and helping neighbouring communities but his brother is an okada man, I am not understanding.

      Izu,rest in peace but denying the allegations does not mean he is innocent. How many people own up to their guilt?

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    4. my dear, i truly share same view with you. But they should not that they must have tested cocaine in his hands. Even if they didn't find it on him.

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    5. You guyz should learn n obey the Law of any country you enter
      If d law say do not throw away bottle water on d floor, DO NOT
      Not because you're use to it in Naija you'll go to another man's country n do it

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    6. So you no know, Igbo people are not loyal. Jealous and greedy lots.

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    7. @naya nuel u re very stupid infact u re so dumb, so a man doing legit biz can not own mansion again, stupid fool, u pple dnt knw dat Asian country is bad n backward, dey dnt do investigation before dey carryout der work, dey rely on hearsay

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    8. He built houses for people and helped alot of people, yet his brother is an okada man.....I dont understand.

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  2. FG intervened but they refused saying they have laws which govern them.
    Only God knows the truth

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    1. Pls theres nothing wrong with how he was buried. If it was really a set up its sad but the thing is most of the guys in Indo and Malay are all drug dealers. It's shame he built that house and his brother is an okada man. Well he's dead now but luckily for him he has kids. His name isn't dead forever. Very fine man. Really sad. If you have to traffic drugs why not traffic it to countries that will just give you a jail term not those that will kill you na wa

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    2. Deception u must be very stupid, Malay is not drugs dey do legit biz, am based in Malay n wen I hear pple lik u talk I pity Nigeria more, ugly ashawa, may std be ur companion

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  3. Oka mma n'ama. You built houses for people but your only brother is an okada man.

    Instead of God to revenge "for you" you,he'd rather suffer in death for the part he played in sending people's children to rehab and early graves in a bid to live the good life.

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    1. Ivory the judgina. Just shut up that basket you call a mouth.

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    2. Ideato fool abeg face your husband hunting business and numerous sexcapades and free me. Obelu!

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    3. Husband hunting business kwa? Unu ga-egbu mmadu here. Hehehehe

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    4. Ivory please what does Obelu mean?

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    5. Ivory please what does Obelu mean?

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  4. But if he was innocent, may God grant him eternal rest.

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    1. Innocent for where??? Most of them don't tell their people the whole truth. They didn't find anything on him yet he was sentenced to death...naa dream???

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  5. Stories that touch! No smoke without fire

    Btw did I read that his bro is an okada rider?

    Stop doing drugs

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  6. Please let the dead rest in peace

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    1. I believe he us into drugs, but he wasn't caught in the act or were there traces found in his home.

      Whether His bro is an okada man or not, is his bro's destiny tied to his?

      Do you know how many times the brother might have embezzled money given to him to start a trade?

      Biko, live and let's live

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    2. @ideato true talk...I have an uncle like that emeta nma" all the money given to him to start business, he embezzled everything.

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    3. Clearly, you two do not know what it means to embezzle. Please, check the dictionary.

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  7. ......... “I don’t know whether he collapsed before he was killed but all I am saying is that the boy was a good boy and was generous to the community and other neighbouring communities. We cannot count the number of houses he built for widows and indigents in the town.


    Yet his brother rides Okada
    Ok o

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    1. Hello this gets you thinking. Love foroney some siblings will do stuff. I have cn family panicking next to their siblings aka rich! Questionable wealth

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    2. So you saw it too?

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    What a Sad Note.

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  9. This mansion looks quite new, does it mean it was built from the prison too or the indonesian wife built it?

    Something is not so clear and they allowed him to get married and sleep with his wife in prison. I don't understand. something is very fishy.

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    1. My thought exactly

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    2. Very,very,very fishy
      Ayam not understanding

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    3. Alot of prisons do allow conjugal visits. He was building houses for underprivileged,but his only brother rides okada?

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    4. Yes, some countries allow prisoners conjugal visits and they can write letters to communicate with the outside world. He probably met his wife online or through pan pal letters.

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  10. I dun even know whad you guys are talking about.

    The judgement for drug trafficking in Indonesia is death sentence... That's quite expensive thereby, no one would just be picked and sentenced to death except there is concrete evidence of drug procession.

    You claiming you didn't hear from him until his time of arrest... His father died, mother ain't around n the only bro is an okada man... How was this modern day structure built?

    You guys should just allow that dude to rest.

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  11. I laughed as I continued to read. Ehn, ehn! So he was a philanthropist? I am shocked *rolls eyes*

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  12. Igbo guys take too risk when it comes to money.

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  13. How did he build houses, when he wasn't heard from for years and he was in prison? Was it his foreign wife?

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  14. Only God knows the truth, RIP.

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  15. The only thing I saw in this story is that "his brother is an okada rider"

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    1. What if he has tried to help him & he keeps embezzling the money giving to him nko?

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  16. Hmmmm

    Who asked u guys all these things?
    In trying to make him sound like a good man(not saying he isn't) u people just muddled his image and the story.

    And why try to justify him Bn given a befitting burial?
    Yea,he may have Bn a good guy that did something bad. And that doesn't take away his kindness and the fact that he is someone's son and brother. So yes, he should be buried nicely. And Hoping he made peace with God before he left.

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  17. abeg all these things re medicine after death...the guy was already a drug peddler and DAT is d wrath u get when u peddle drugs...d family should jus mourn their loss in peace..he was not a hero n will never be a hero...he is and will forever be known as a drug peddler even after death in years n years to come.

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  18. He was rich and built houses for people but his only brother is an Okada man. ABi na hin brother destiny hin carry get wealth?

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  19. Hmmmmm his brother rides okada and he built many houses for widows if I hear.

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    1. He could a big time okada man...ie owns a fleet of okada and has people working for him. That is the only justification.

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  20. What can i say. He has gone and gone for ever. What i will say is that dont take drugs to indonesia and co. where they kill people but our people will allow flies to cover their ears.

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  21. eegbo people, its their way. They don't want to know source of wealth of dere son, so far he's spending money and sending d blood money to d community, they don't want to know. He's a good boy indeed.
    A boy will go to d city to work or trade, he will cum back in few years with a 50m jeep and come and build mansion costing 100s of millions. Do d parents ask questions, do they pick money on d ground of cities.
    The fact is there are hardly such billionaires, transporters, big-time car dealers etc that havnt tied dere hands in diabolical means/drugs before making it.

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    1. It is not only ugbo people now. It is even everywhere in the country. When money is involved people hardly ask questions

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  22. He's dead.

    All these speculations won't bring him back.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  23. He would have true to help his brother become better..
    All to no avail.
    Stop divulging family history bikonu....
    Those who use drugs weren't forced to use them.
    They made their choice,stop blaming hard drug exporters and importers....

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  24. Whether Indonesia killed all the drug peddlers or not, drug addict remains drug addict. RIP Izuchukwu.

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  25. They should allow the guy to rest.
    I am not understanding all this story again.
    Medicine after death.

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  26. A family can burry their family member as they please.

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  27. According to what i read on facebook written by someone that seems to know him.....he introduced a friend to a drug cartel. The friend was caught and named him. After he was arrested, the drug cartel promised him much riches provided he doesnt expose them. That is the reason why he had so much money....the drug cartel gave him luxury provided he kept his mouth shut. He didnt know that they will bring forward his sentencing because they were trying to swap him with somone else and smuggle him back to Nigeria. Along the line a mistake occured and he discovered that he will not make it alive. So he started running up and down to see if any other thing can be done.

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  28. According to what i read on facebook written by someone that seems to know him.....he introduced a friend to a drug cartel. The friend was caught and named him. After he was arrested, the drug cartel promised him much riches provided he doesnt expose them. That is the reason why he had so much money....the drug cartel gave him luxury provided he kept his mouth shut. He didnt know that they will bring forward his sentencing because they were trying to swap him with somone else and smuggle him back to Nigeria. Along the line a mistake occured and he discovered that he will not make it alive. So he started running up and down to see if any other thing can be done. That was when it became public.

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  29. Perhaps they meant his only brother is from okada.

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  30. LOL. Anambra? Check. Ihiala? Check. Indonesia or Malaysia? Check. Philanthropist? Check. Young age? Check. The verdict is in: DRUGS!!! There are many of them. Trust me the family is aware of the nature of his business. In ala Igbo, two entities are perfect 1. God and 2. Wealthy fellow. If you are rich in Igbo land, you are crowned a saint if you are philanthropic. SMH.

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  31. Okwelle Holdings, Jonebs, Ikelomu, Hope Uzodinma, Lobito, Emma Nwude, Ezego Ihiala, Fred Ajudua, Ikedi Ohakim, Ode ebube Isunjaba, Mopi, Etiokwe Isu, Chrisogonous Okoro, Otokoto, etc.were/ are the role models among Igbo youths. Behind most great wealth are big crimes. Folks can only sell one kidney(they need the other to live). I will not be surprised if they start selling testicles especially if the price is right

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