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Bad Egg Another Nigerian sentenced to death for drug trafficking in Malaysia

A Nigerian drug trafficker who left his thriving business for the illicit trade has been sentenced to death in Malaysia.

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Alexis Zogbelemow after his sentence

(Malay Online)

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The dream of 36-year-old Nigerian, Alexis Zogbelemow, to make fast money through drug trafficking, has been truncated as a Shah Alam High Court in Malaysia, has sentenced him to death, reports Malay News.

Alexis Zogbelemow being led away after sentencing

Photo Credit: Malay Online

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Zogbelemow ran a successful rental car business in Nigeria before he went on the trip of no return and was unlucky to be caught at the main arrival hall of Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang, on February 28, 2012, with 824.1 grammes of Methamphetamine.

Alexis Zogbelemow with security officers

Photo Credit: Malay Online

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The presiding Judge, Justice Datuk Akhtar Tahir, sentenced Zogbelemow on Wednesday, January 6, after finding him guilty of the offence.

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