Stop Indonesia from executing more Nigerians, Relatives cries out to Nigerian Indonesia Embassy

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According to report, most Nigerians in indonesia country live palpable fear because of the recent hostile actions they have been getting from Indonesian Government.

Due to this, Relatives and friends of 21 Nigerians in Indonesia who have been condemned to death, have marched to the Indonesia Embassy in Lagos to protest the death of the condemned Nigerians. According to them, about 2008 Nigerians have been killed so far in Indonesia and 21 are about to be executed too. They urged the Federal Government to intervene urgently to save the lives of their loved ones, adding that any delay to act could be dangerous.

Among the Nigerians on death row in Indonesia prison, according to a list made available are Kingsley Okonkwo, Michael Titus Igwe, Izuchukwu Ezioha, Ekperedike  S. Olekama,  Adam Wilson, Hilary K. Chinezie, Eugene Ape, Humprey Ejike, Okwudil Ayotaeze, Obinna Nwajiagu, Fredrick Luther ( Benjamin Obiora) Sylvester Nwaolisa, Dennis Anumora and Ikenna Ezenweukwe. One Gabriel Nnadi  died in prison, while another detainee, Daniel Enemon, was killed recently and buried Last week February 6, 2015 in Enugu.

The relatives were ‘armed’ with numerous placards, some of which read: ‘Stop Indonesia from executing more Nigerians in Prison’, ‘Execution is not a solution’, End death penalty, Stop the killing of Nigerians in Indonesia Prison’, President Goodluck Jonathan do something to stop the killing,’ and ‘Don’t allow them to kill us like animals”.

 

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