SeeThe 4 Nigerian Prison Inmates To Be Executed At Midnight Today In Indonesia



Anderson, also known as Bello, was sentenced to death in 2004 after being convicted of possessing 50 grams of heroin in Jakarta in November, 2003.

He had travelled to Indonesia on a fake Ghanaian passport.

Raheem Agbaje Salami, 50, Nigeria


Salami was caught smuggling 5.3 kilograms of heroin into Indonesia in 1998.

Salami, who initially was wrongly said to have come from Spain, spent five years believing that he would one day be

He had been sentenced, in 1999, to a life term by the Surabaya District Court in East Java for bringing the stash of heroin through Surabaya airport.



Oyatanze was arrested in 2001 for trying to smuggle 1.15 kilograms of heroin, in his stomach, through Jakarta’s international airport from Pakistan.

He was convicted the following year and sentenced to death.

Known in Indonesia’s penal system as the ‘Death Row Gospel Singer’, Oyatanze was the front man for a band comprising prison inmates.

He has written songs and released multiple albums from inside jail.

Silvester Obiekwe Nwolise, 47, Nigeria


Sentenced to death for smuggling 1.2 kilograms of heroin into Indonesia from Pakistan in 2004.

Obiekwe was reportedly running a drug ring while on death row, outraging authorities who ordered he face the
firing squad as soon as possible.

His wife Fatimah claimed Obiekwe was unemployed in Nigeria’s largest city, Lagos, before being lured to Pakistan on the promise of a quick-paying job but was duped



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