Two Nigerian undergrads Mustafa Azmir and Jude Nnamdi Achonye were on Wednesday December 20, gave capital punishment by a High Court in Shah Alam for trafficking 3.5 kilograms of methamphetamine.
Photographs: Two Nigerian understudies condemned to death in Malaysia for medicate trafficking
Shah Alam High Court judge Datuk Abdul Halim Aman made the decision in the wake of finding that the indictment had demonstrated an at first sight body of evidence against the blamed, Azmir, 28, and Achonye, 30.
As indicated by the criminal accusation brought against them, Azmir and Achonye were blamed for trafficking the medications at a flat in Petaling Jaya at 3.30pm on Sept 2, 2014 which is an offense under Section 39B (1)(a) of the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952.
Photographs: Two Nigerian college students condemned to death in Malaysia for sedate trafficking
The actualities of the case expressed that the charged, who learned at a private school in Kuala Lumpur, were captured by police when they acknowledged a few boxes containing the medication which was conveyed by a dispatch organization at the flat.
Abdul Halim, in his decision, said the court had considered declarations from 13 indictment witnesses and two protection witnesses, close by 73 evidences showed the trial.
“The defence had neglected to raise sensible uncertainty toward the finish of this case and exhibited no declaration that altogether discredits the arraignment,” he said.