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Friday, November 11, 2016

Singapore To Execute Nigerian For Drug Trafficking

The family of Chijioke Obioha, a Nigerian national given the mandatory death sentence for possession of drugs for the purpose of trafficking on December 30, 2008, have been informed that November 18 is his new execution date.



Amnesty International in a statement Thursday recalled that on April 9, 2007, Obioha was found in possession of more than 2.6 kilograms of cannabis, surpassing the statutory amount of 500 grams that under Singapore law triggers the automatic presumption of trafficking.

Also in his possession were keys to a room containing additional prohibited substances, leading the authorities to presume him guilty of possession and knowledge of the drugs.

Obioha’s appeal against his conviction and sentence was rejected in August 2010, but maintaining his innocence of the crime, he initially refused to make use of his right to resentencing which amendments to Singapore’s mandatory’s death penalty laws made in 2013 allowed for.
“After the rejection of his clemency appeal in April 2015, his execution was set for May 15, 2015. It was stayed a day earlier to allow him apply for resentencing.

“His family were only informed on October 25, 2016 that he had resolved to withdraw his application for resentencing earlier in the year, following legal advice that he would not qualify as “courier” under the amended laws.
“Consequently, the Court of Appeal lifted the stay of execution with effect from October 24, resulting in the execution date to be set for November 18.

“Chijioke Stephen Obioha graduated in Industrial Chemistry from Benin University in Nigeria. He moved to Singapore in 2005, seeking to join a football club. His family members, who currently live in Nigeria and the United Kingdom, have been unable to travel to visit and have limited ability to assist him.

“Throughout the duration of the proceedings, they have received sporadic and often delayed updates, including when a legal representative was removed from the case,” Amnesty International stated.
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*My goodness!!!...I can only imagine the trauma his family is going through..I can only imagine how he would feel when he is informed after so long in Jail that he will be 'sent off' next week Friday.

His wife?His kids?...I amremembering that BV chronicle where the guy told her he does this kind of business.I hope she reads this and watched this video.


72 comments:

  1. Chai Obioha, may God accept your soul Amen.

    RIP in advance

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    1. Chaiii!!! Alu emee...
      Only God knows what is going through his mind now...
      He is fully aware that he will stop existing by 18th.
      God please you can still help him

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    2. Bent maggot pussy lovemejehe how is ur miserable life.trust ur imaginary dog of man is fuking u well.wiked evil soul.rot in hell along with ur broda bitch. Ndi greedy pple.stella dnt eat ma coment o.

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    3. Hmm guys should learn and stop drug trafficking

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  2. Singapore doesn't play with drugs trafficking. God have mercy

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    1. The interrogation by the officer was crude and unprofessional laced with vulgarity but the guy put himself in that position. Unfortunately he doesn't even look rich upon all the Mugu stuff. Nigerians who are drug dealers especially in countries like Singapore are playing Russian Roulette with their lives. I don't even know what to say. Tony Jamaica? Did he really attend UNIBEN? I doubt it. What a waste. Is his wife also a dealer or just being prosecuted based on the fact that she is his wife or also caught in the act? All round, this is a sad story of a guy who wanted to make fast money, swindled a number of people poisoned some and got caught and has to face the wrath of their crude law. Nigeria is to blame to an extent. Drugs are said to be readily available in Thailand and Singapore so much so, that after a while, the residents seem to forget that it's still illegal. Orobatoh was one lucky bitch. This one? Not so much. Nigerians, please stop this.

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    1. Say this igbo things no dey hia word!!😬😬😬😬

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    2. Say this igbo things no dey hia word!!😬😬😬😬

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    3. We know that these Asian countries' law against drug trafficking is not lenient, yet, we keep peddling believing we won't be caught. Now, see how a youngman's life will be cut short. I hope others learn from this.

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  4. They never learn. Lord have mercy on him.

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  5. Sad, Sad ,sad. I still wonder why they always trafficate drugs in countries that have Boldly Laid down their rules of Death penalty.
    Is it that they enjoy taking such expensive risks? Or they think they can't be cut?
    Or is the trill they love, I just don't get it.

    Hope you are showed mercy at the last minute
    #GodsGrace#

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    1. The reason is "money talks and bullshit takes a stroll"

      ...And...

      Nobody gats love for a "BrokeAssBroda"

      That's why.

      It don't matter how the money came. The babes love it and the guys respect it. Society drools over it.

      Just get rich or die trying. This one may likely go the second route anyway. But he tried.

      It pays to work hard and positively for whatever you earn. There's peace of mind when God blesses it.

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    2. Trifficate drugs? Babe chill! Queens English is not by force!

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  6. Don't cuss him cos he is going to make heaven unlike you who doesn't know his whereabouts

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    1. Who made you "judge" over him that he would make heaven? Abi are you the custodian of heaven? Nonsense. Someone will do wrong instead of making them see their wrong you'll be pardoning them with heaven. Rubbish. Even our Lord Jesus said, it'll be easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle and here you are making it sound simple.

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    2. Will he make heaven? I dnt believe in the death sentence but our brothers should know better . Especially in those countries Where it is the law I know the Nigeria is not the easiest place to stay and one needs to hustle but at the end of the day everything. Is vanity and to dust we all return!!!

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  7. Sad, Sad ,sad. I still wonder why they always trafficate drugs in countries that have Boldly Laid down their rules of Death penalty.
    Is it that they enjoy taking such expensive risks? Or they think they can't be cut?
    Or is the trill they love, I just don't get it.

    Hope you are showed mercy at the last minute
    #GodsGrace#

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    1. Trafficate, cut...madam abeg next time comment in your native language

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  8. Sad news.
    Na wah ooo
    Just speechless reading this post.😭😭😭😭

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  9. No words and he is even a graduate. Do I say RIP in advance or what, this is sad.

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  10. Enter your comment...i remember dt chronical is dis week post nd i pray she read b4 it turns to HAD I KNOW dey never stop we only pity dm when dis type of news come out

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  11. The family should invest the wealth he left behind.

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    1. That is if he he made money before he was jailed

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  12. Chia my igbo brother again, their goal is get rich or die trying. Well who will blame them? Money makes the world go round. A broke man is as good as dead, because he will always be furious and miserable.

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  13. Chijioke RIP in advance.
    Singapore got zero tolerance for drug case.

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  14. Drug dealers don't go this route again. This cases are new. Those that still ply thia road would be BIG time fools..

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  15. Another 'died in the abroad' loading. He does not deserve our pity as he did not pity himself. Adios muchacho

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  16. After such a long time in detention. I feel so sorry for him and his folks.


    This should serve as a deterrent to others, if only they would learn.

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  17. Oh my God, Lord have mercy on him

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  18. What a sad news to the family. Hmmm

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  19. After so long in prison,he will still be killed. So sad.

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  20. Benin=ashawo abroad
    IGbo=to drug which is d most deadly act so far. y sale Wat u don't take?

    Yoruba= please u all should help me complete these list

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    1. Y not complete it yourself

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    2. "Appearance shows the manner" laugh! Your English is a true reflection of who you are - eternal illiterate! You are very stupid for attributing tribes to vices. Very, very confirmed stupid - that's what you are.

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    3. @ Anon 15:00!..you are a mouth-breather

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    4. Yoruba = cross dressers. Bobrisky and co

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  21. They don't hear word. It is well with him.

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  22. Abasi mbok!!This is painful oooo really feeling bad I detest news like this but pple no dey hear
    Hmmmmm it's well

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  23. What is it with igbos and drugs, I am not being tribalistic here. But this get " rich or die trying" mentality is so dominant there.
    Can't the elders sit the youths down. Must you be rich by hook or crook.
    If you must carry drugs. U.S. Is there UK is there. You will get just prison sentence and even go to school earn a degree while locked up.
    Why all dese kind of countries.

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  24. Anoda ndi Hero.stela why u dey pity dem,did u not see d type of deserving burial his brother was given?anoda Hero burial loading.som pple celebrate such life well spent.its no biggie to dem.

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  25. They "sale" it cos other people take it.haven't you seen people selling alcohol but they don't drink?

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  26. Ideato, they should re-invest the " wealth" he left behind. You mean the blood money.
    I pity the family that will take you in as wife, the way you reason I just wonder.
    I pray when you marry ur identity in not linked to dis blog. Cos I just wonder.
    Typical Igbo mentality, money money money. Even if it's thru hard drugs, fake pharmaceutical drugs, or money ritual. It's all money.

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  27. Chai!my igbo people will never learn

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  28. That's why this drug ehn, Chai
    I hope that BV reads this. They always get caught

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  29. Anon 15:00 Yoruba specialize in doing human money ritual

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  30. Chai so pathetic,after such a long time in detention yet death still awaits him,jee nke oma in advance ,

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  31. They never listen!!! Mtchewww

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  32. GUYS GUYS GUYS, if you wan do bad thing , do am for country wey death penalty no be the punishment. haba na. must you keep dying ? dont do drugs in Asia una no go hear. my advice to any newbie travelling to Asia , check your babg properly make person no hide drug inside.

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  33. Not again. I pray Singapore president will listen to his plea for clemency.

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  34. He still has a chance to give his life to Christ if he hasn't.
    At least he knows when he will die.
    The worst is unexpected, death... chai.
    He can make heaven if he wants.

    I wish a miracle will happen for him though.
    This is heart breaking.. I hate knowing that anyone will be killed/leeched on.

    He sold drugs that have killed several,made others homeless,useless and worthless addicts. The ripple effect of the drugs he carried is so much.
    It is well!

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  35. Igbos think they are smarter than everybody else and they think they have liver and are untouchable. Well Asian countries are showing them that they are not smart and are killing them like the rats that they are when they get caught.

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  36. These Asian countries dont play, na death sentence! but ppl no dey hear i guess they mAke more money from these regions

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  37. When would they learn ooooo


    RIP in Advance

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  38. As in cut ?! English is not by force truly . I hate ppl that can't speak or write plain simple English. Kai bloody waste. Idiot.

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  39. Good for him. Na so one babe left me go marry one Malaysian guy. After 1 kid, the guy is now serving 10years in Kuala Lumpur province. I see my ex-gf now na just to shake head. And she wants to be friends. Yeah right.

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  40. Igbo = Gays. Ebuka Obi Uchendu, Noble Igwe and co

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