Indonesia Government Set To Execute Two Nigerians and Seven Others For Drug Trafficking

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Indonesia Government Set To Execute Two Nigerians and Seven Others For Drug Trafficking

Indonesia is nearly ready to execute by firing squad nine foreigners and an Indonesian condemned for drug smuggling.
According to ABC news,they are four  Australians Andrew Chan, 31, and Myuran Sukumaran, 33, who are currently in a Bali jail, Raheem Agbaje Salami, 45, a Nigerian national who was born in Cordova, Spain, and 30-year-old Filipina Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso.

Indonesia is nearly ready to execute by firing squad nine foreigners and an Indonesian condemned for drug smuggling.
According to ABC news,they are four  Australians Andrew Chan, 31, and Myuran Sukumaran, 33, who are currently in a Bali jail, Raheem Agbaje Salami, 45, a Nigerian national who was born in Cordova, Spain, and 30-year-old Filipina Mary Jane Fiesta Veloso.

The four convicts being transferred, two Nigerians and four men from Brazil, France, Ghana and Indonesia will be executed simultaneously by a firing squad on the prison island off Indonesia’s main island of Java.

The Nigerians face execution after their clemency requests were rejected by Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo last month, said Attorney General’s office spokesman Tony Spontana.

They are Silvester Obiekwe Nwolise, 39, and Okwudili Oyatanze, 40, whose clemency was rejected after he was caught running drug transactions from behind bars.

Jokowi has received phone calls from some foreign leaders asking that the executions be canceled, but rejected their requests. He vowed not to grant mercy to drug offenders because Indonesia is suffering a “drug emergency.”

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called on Indonesia to “reciprocate” for Australia’s $1 billion aid package after the 2004 tsunami by sparing his two countrymen.

Indonesia executed six drug convicts including foreigners in January. More than 130 people are on death row, including 57 drug convicts.
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