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Photos: Nine facing death sentences in Indonesia as authorities discover Nigerian drug syndicate

Indonesian authorities on Wednesday April 12, said it has discovered a Nigerian drug syndicate following the arrest of a German citizen at the airport by the National Anti Narcotics Agency.

The German citizen identified only by the initials CG was detained on April 3, by customs officers after arriving at Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta.
Officers noticed something was off when CG’s baggage went through screening. They found 2.65 kilograms of methamphetamine in one of his bags.
 "According to information received by officers, CG admitted that he carried 2.65 kilograms of meth under the order of a Nigerian suspect identified only by the initial A. This Nigerian suspect ordered CG to stay in West Jakarta because he would order someone to meet him there," explained Erwin Situmorang, head of Soekarno-Hatta International airport customs office.
Customs officers are partnering with local police to investigate the matter further. Local police took CG to the hotel in West Jakarta and arrested the Nigerian(PICTURED)  identified only by the initials IH, who was supposed to take the meth from CG. The man claimed that he was ordered to do so by A.

However, the case did not end after police arrested IH. After further investigation, they also arrested a local citizen (with the initials RS) on April 4, 2017. Similar to previous suspects, RS also admitted that she was following orders from someone in Nigeria via Facebook. RS and another unnamed local suspect were to distribute the meth in 100-gram packages each.

These packages were to be sold in West Jakarta and according to one of the suspects, there are more people involved in the business. Martua Raja Silitonga, commissary police and head unit of resort police in Soekarno-Hatta international Airport mentioned that a felon from Salemba prison (with the initial R) is allegedly overseeing the syndicate’s activities from behind bars. Additionally, he mentioned that R planned to also sell the meth to his spouse’s sibling.

So far, police have identified 14 people involved, nine of whom are still suspects while five of wom were convicted in the past and are currently serving prison sentences.
"Normally drug couriers come from Malaysia or Hong Kong, while CG came from Doha,” said Situmorang to reporters. 
 Additionally, these suspects are to face law number 35 of 2009 regarding narcotics, with possible death sentences and a Rp.10 billion (US$750,000) fine.
Source: Publica, Kompas/Indonesia Expat


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hmmm... another sad news that embarrasses Nigerians.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why people nor dey hear word oo abi which kain wahala kon be this now. No carry drugs dey will not hear. After dey will say Nigeria govt nor care for dem. Oya make una face death sentence. Get rich quick people that does not want to work.

David Uzor said...

Some Nigerians keep giving us bad tags

Anonymous said...

Nigerians again?!!

Olushola Olufolabi said...

They should start calling this people biafrans and not Nigerians

Anonymous said...

Olushola olufolabi u bitch that ninja guy is a yoruba guy google it mumu

judith umeh said...

Sorry for calling you okuko but that is what you are

Anonymous said...

He's not a Yoruba guy I know him too well and he's a sluggish guy

thomas sanders said...

Holy shit thats Chris o! My hommie! CG why!!

thomas sanders said...

Holy shit thats Chris o! My hommie! CG why!!

Anonymous said...

yes, thats him... :(

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