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Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by stephenduru: 7:24pm On Apr 10
A man identified as Emeka Nzelu from Ozubulu,Anambra State has been shot dead in South Africa.Another victim was also seen struggling for his life on the ground. It is unclear who shot him but the person who shared the photos blamed Ozubulu people for the killing of their brothers in South Africa.

See more photos after the cut....


Source: http://www.trezzyhelm.com/2019/04/anambra-man-shot-dead-in-south.html

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by stephenduru: 7:25pm On Apr 10

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by stephenduru: 7:27pm On Apr 10

Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by hammerFC: 7:31pm On Apr 10
THEY CANNOT STAND POVERTY.

THEY RATHER DIE.


RIP!

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Amuocha: 7:33pm On Apr 10
Abike dabiri Erewa should say something

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Mace0lane: 7:35pm On Apr 10
Hmm

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by TheGiftedOne(m): 7:37pm On Apr 10
And you couldn't add "graphic"

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by raumdeuter: 7:40pm On Apr 10
Lets blame everyone from Abike Dabiri, Yoruba, Aboki, Edo, Ijaw, Malaysian, SouthAfricans anyone but ourselves

All those envious of us

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by jafol(m): 7:57pm On Apr 10
I don't blame them...igbos love crimes that's y they tell people that r gullible that they r successful. They term success and crime together

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by RoyalBlu(f): 8:04pm On Apr 10
Lord have mercy!


This is so horrible.

These Ozubulu people, always in the news for something so terrible.


RIP to the dead.

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by sweerychick(f): 8:12pm On Apr 10
What else if not drug related undecided but seriously this madness must stop

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by hisexcellency34: 8:12pm On Apr 10
Why are thes e South Africans so devilish?

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Odingo1: 8:17pm On Apr 10
Very shameful

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by muykem: 8:19pm On Apr 10
RoyalBlu:
Lord have mercy!


This is so horrible.

These Ozubulu people, always in the news for something so terrible.


RIP to the dead.
They are very hardworking when it comes to drugs

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by id4sho(m): 8:31pm On Apr 10
I BELONG TO THIS, I BELONG TO THAT.
That was how the brought their Gang war back home and spilled innocent blood.
PROTECTION MY FOOT

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Mgbadike80: 8:31pm On Apr 10
jafol:
I don't blame them...igbos love crimes that's y they tell people that r gullible that they r successful. They term success and crime together



See Names Of Nigerian Drug Dealers Jailed In Saudi Arabian Prisons Revealed by HajimeSaito(m): 8:08pm
Suspect (File photo)

Twenty-three Nigerians are on the death row in Saudi Arabia. They may be beheaded any time from now. Besides, 11 are serving various jail terms for drug trafficking in the kingdom.

Another suspected trafficker is awaiting trial.

The 23 death row inmates could not be named for “diplomatic and sensitivity” reasons.

Unless President Muhammadu Buhari intervenes, the death toll could be higher, a source said.

The “late” response of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to a memo from the Nigerian Consul-General, Amb. M. S. Yunusa, is believed to have contributed to the execution of a Nigerian woman, Kudirat Adeshola Afolabi about two weeks ago.

It was learnt that the ministry had been “diplomatically slow” in responding to issues connected with Nigerians.

No ministry official was willing to comment on the allegation yesterday.

The Consul-General wrote twice to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chief Geoffrey Onyeama, on December 3, 2018 and February 6, 2019, raising the alarm over the plight of Nigerians in Saudi Arabia.

He said the nation should endeavour to use its diplomatic bond with Saudi Arabia to seek pardon for all our compatriots condemned to death and for those serving various jail terms.

But more worrisome to the Consul-General is what he believe is the security lapse at the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA), Kano, which is being used for massive drug trafficking.

The envoy admitted that there is a drug syndicate at the airport.

He alleged that the syndicate in cahoots with greedy airline officials at MAKIA were checking in extra bags containing prohibited drugs.

He said members of the syndicate had been using particulars of innocent passengers and baggage tags to smuggle drugs leading to the arrest of Nigerians who had no links with drug trafficking.

One of the memos said: “Furthermore, it is with humility that I bring to the Honourable Minister‘s knowledge that, sadly, there are a number of Nigerians arrested for alleged drug related offence who are currently in detention at Dhahban Prison (Male Section) and Madina Prison (Male & Female Sections). Mission was unable to gain Consular access to them as the host authorities have flatly refused to grant permission for such despite several requests to that effect.

“Following the outcome of investigations carried out by both the NDLEA and the Nigeria Police (Kano State Command) the Honourable Minister may wish to note that:

“There exists a criminal syndicate collaborating with greedy officials of some airlines at MAKIA, notably Ethiopian and Egyptian Airlines, who connive to check in drug-laden bags, using passenger’s particulars without their consent or knowledge;

“Nigerian victims of the activities of these criminal gangs were arrested and detained in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for drug trafficking offences they did not commit;

“The outcome of investigations by the Nigeria Police and NDLEA absolved these victims of complicity in the crime of peddling drugs into the Kingdom. The investigations further established beyond reasonable doubts that the victims were unaware of the drug-laden baggage that were checked in bearing their particulars by unknown persons at MAKIA, Kano;

“All the suspected culprits had been apprehended and a case of criminal conspiracy, breach of trust and drug trafficking has been established against them, hence, they were arraigned at the Federal High Court, Kano;

“There are 24 Nigerians who were condemned to death between 2016 2018 for drug trafficking in contravention of the Kingdom’s Narcotic and Psychotropic Substances Control Law issued under Decree No. M/39 dated 8/7/1428AH;

“There are 12 Nigerian women currently serving various jail terms at Dhahban prison for drug smuggling.

“Meanwhile, the following drug traffickers are serving various jail terms:

a) Halimat Oyebanjo Oyaya – 10 years

b) Sherifat Shawni – 4 years

c) Limata Ahmad – 10 years

d) Halimat Isah – 5 years

e) Olubumi Adejarani Olaniyan – 10 years

f) Omobolanle Funke – 15 years

g) Nuratu Bolanle Yusuf – 15 years

h) Maryam Ibrahim Tanko – 7 years

i) Rahma Abdulkarim 20 years

j) Nuratu Yusuf Abike – 20 years

k) Bolaji Kehinde – 10 years

I)Yasirat Abolanle Salau – awaiting trail.

“There are a number of Nigerians accused of drug trafficking incarcerated at various Saudi Prisons but the Mission was unable to undertake consular visits due to refusal by the Saudi authorities to grant permission for such visits despite repeated requests and

“Drug smuggling into the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by Nigerians has reached an alarming proportion and all hands must be on deck to check this menace.”

The Consul-General gave insight into how a syndicate had infiltrated the security in Kano to perpetrate drug trafficking.

His memo drew the minister’s attention to “a frightening development that portends grave danger to passenger travelling to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA), Kano.”

The Consul-General made five recommendations to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, including the need to seek clemency for innocent Nigerians held for drug trafficking in Saudi Arabia.

The recommendations are:

Enhancement of security surveillance by installing functional CCTV cameras at the checking-in counters and other sensitive areas of airports in Nigeria;

Henceforth, Nigeria Airport Management Authority (NAMA) in collaboration with other relevant security agencies should institute a compulsory baggage identification procedure before boarding for all checked-in luggage;

Every passenger should check in his/her luggage personally and not through third parties;

The trial of those found culpable for checking-in extra-baggage’s using the identities of victims should be pursued expeditiously and the attested copies of the judgments be made available to the Mission for onward transmission to our host authorities as proof that the culprits were punished in accordance with our laws; and

The Federal Government should henceforth, appeal for clemency and pardon for all our compatriots condemned to death and for those serving various jail terms.



http://news-af.dailyadvent.com/news/detail/f003fa8e254050bf45302dcda5138b90?client=news&features=402653103&mode=body&swdp

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Kendumazy(m): 8:31pm On Apr 10
Probably deal gone bad
Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by dayleke(m): 8:31pm On Apr 10
Again?

Na wah o

May his soul RIP
Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Xcrapeekoko(m): 8:31pm On Apr 10
RIP
Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by chloride6: 8:32pm On Apr 10
Ozubulu again..

Better leave that village now..

Reprisals incoming

I can count at least 2 people on the ground..

So why mention just 1 ..

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by sacramento1212: 8:32pm On Apr 10
Most likely connection with Drugs.

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Reelmii: 8:33pm On Apr 10
former actress Rita Nzelu comes to mind
hope they are not related

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Reelmii: 8:33pm On Apr 10
chloride6:
Ozubulu again..
Better leave that village now..
Reprisals incoming
is there another ozubulu in south Africa

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Chimaokigwe: 8:34pm On Apr 10
We Igbos are cursed to cause problems anywhere in the world.

I think it is the curse of Ham affecting Igbos.

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Geenosko: 8:34pm On Apr 10
Two less idiots to worry about.
They are simply helping SAPS doing their job of ridding the society of undesirable elements.

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Charelsz(m): 8:34pm On Apr 10
sweerychick:
What else if not drug related undecided but seriously this madness must stop
your Igbo brothers love drugs too much.

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Chimaokigwe: 8:34pm On Apr 10
TheGiftedOne:
And you couldn't add "graphic"
Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by chloride6: 8:35pm On Apr 10
Reelmii:
is there another ozubulu in south Africa

Lol..

No

But remeber they went there to clear out a while congregation of worshippers the last time...

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by Mrkumareze(m): 8:35pm On Apr 10
This ozubulu n imo case never die?? That's to say more head 'll role

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by helinues: 8:35pm On Apr 10
Na wah oo

Ozubulu has been on bad news for years now..

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Re: Emeka Nzelu: Nigerian Man Shot Dead In South Africa (Graphic Photos) by safarigirl(f): 8:36pm On Apr 10
Somebody will kill some of you one day, and we will come online and say it is drug related and make mockery of your death, as you have made mockery of the death of others.

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