Saturday, August 20, 2016

Photos: Nigerian Drug Dealer Who Was Executed In Indonesia Laid To Rest Amid Tears

Izuchukwu F. Ezimoha, one of the Nigerians executed in Indonesia for drug trafficking recently has been laid to rest. He was laid to rest at his compound in Ezigbo village, Ihiala LGA of Anambra State on Thursday, August 18th. His outing service will hold tomorrow in his village.






24 comments:

  1. We shouldn't celebrate crime. This is wrong. His family should have done a quiet burial as he brought shame to the family, his community and the Igbo race.

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    1. Don't turn this to a tribal thing because Yoruba do pass.

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  2. This is height of lack of integrity for anyone or group celebrating a criminal.
    The remains of this gentleman should be laid gently without any media publicity.
    It is height of insult for our dear nation by celebrating criminal.
    May his soul rest in peace.

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    1. Excuse me! So you mean because of his record he doesn't deserve a beffiting burial? You need a rethink dear. He's family have the right to honour him no matter the situation and thank God he was brought home and celebrated... That's the least he deserves.

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    2. May his soul Rest in Peace

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    3. Guess he built the house with the money he made before he was caught...clean house.

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    4. Criminal to Indonesians but hero to his people he had used to money 💵 to help. If Nigeria nation exist they could have the innocent 😇 hero but instead the nations wealth is been stolen and carted away be these so called shameless criminals calling themselves politicians and they are not been prosecuted and the monies retrieved from them to create jobs for these innocents hero been killed in their prime. May he soul rest in peace

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    5. True talk

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    6. Well waid!

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  3. This is no good news now,why the publicity?African mentality

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    1. You are very wrong dear...

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  4. Make he soul rest in perfect peace but let us take serious lesson from him

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  5. So them dey send their dead bodies back to their home country? Really.
    ...... never knew

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    1. They send all the bodies back to their country for burial.

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  6. This is his house? Sorry for the family's loss but your son might be guilty after all.

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  7. Igbos would never ceased to amaze me.
    Only Igbos can celebrate drug pushers.

    Nigerian government has every right to seize the properties of drug pushers dead or alive, so what is our government waiting for?

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