Stella Dimoko Nigerian Man Jumps Fatally Trying To Evade Arrest In Delhi Drug Bust


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Sunday, August 20, 2017

Nigerian Man Jumps Fatally Trying To Evade Arrest In Delhi Drug Bust

A Nigerian man Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya fell from the fourth floor of a south Delhi building on Friday afternoon and died, apparently trying to evade arrest after a police team raided the house for narcotics.

Police said 25 kilos of Ketamine, a drug believed to induce a trance effect, were found during a search.

The seized contraband could fetch Rs 20 crore in the clandestine international drug market.

Police said inquest proceedings were initiated for 40-year-old Cyprian Ama Ogbonnaya, a native of Nigeria, though no FIR was registered over his death.

Ogbonnaya fell to his death in Phase-1 of Chhatarpur Enclave around 12.15pm.

The deputy commissioner of Delhi Police’s special cell, Pramod Kushwaha, said a team was sent to the neighbourhood following a tip-off that drugs were stored and peddled from a building.

A head constable was sent as a decoy customer during the raid.

Ogbonnaya, who was with two women from his country, was allegedly talking to the staff of a local restaurant when he sensed that police were heading for his room.

“He must have been taken by surprise. There was no escape route. So, he jumped off a window without grills,” said an investigator.

“In the past too Nigerian drug dealers in the city have jumped off buildings to flee,” he added.

A woman with Ogbonnaya tried to jump after him, but police stopped her. The two women were arrested on the charge of drug peddling.

“The fatal jump was captured by a CCTV camera and witnessed by locals,” said Dependra Pathak, the police spokesperson.

He also clarified that the police team had no hand in the man’s death.

Eyewitnesses reaffirmed the police version. “I was standing outside my building when I noticed the man jump off the window. He was wearing a helmet. But midway he hit an airconditioner and his helmet came off,” said Suresh, a resident of the area.

“He then landed on the floor. His right hand was fractured and he was muttering something I could not understand.”

Deputy commissioner Kushwaha said the injured Nigerian was taken to AIIMS Trauma Centre in a police van, but doctors declared him dead on arrival.

from Hindu times.


  1. I wonder which would have been best,arrest or suicide?

    1. My dear, none wud hv been better, the best is to stay off such biz... rip sir...

  2. Nigerians are always "falling" to their death in India. Nigerians are not so suicidal, you guys should come up with a better lie. They catch them in many countries where the penalty for drug pushing is death but they don't jump but in India, even innocent Nigerian students have been jumping to their deaths... India is a terrible country.

    1. I wonder what Nigerians are looking for in india

    2. U saw through this
      They killed him

    3. Isn't it obvious that this particular fall was planned and premeditated before the Air conditioner hindered his perfect escape?

      Granted, Some are killed,but when you listen to anonymous tales of what happens over there,you will know that Jumping is one of the many ways they escape from the Police.

  3. Chai!!!!
    When will these people learn?
    They even have standby helmets? Sheme!

  4. He was probably muttering...Ewoooo, a Don die oooo...Very sad

    1. Excuse me. 😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀😀
      Your comment is hilarious.

    2. 09:06 only God can save you 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂. Roflmao

    3. 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😂😁😁


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