MEMO TO MRS ABIKE DABIRI-EREWA, AN ETHNIC CHAMPION.
Dear Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa,
Mine is not a very long letter. Just to commend you for the “passion” that you bring to your work.
I believe like you that when we name and shame the bad eggs tarnishing the image of our dear Nigeria, abroad, it will deter others from a life of crime, ABROAD.
It is in this light that I appreciate your publishing the names of the 5 robbers in UAE. You gave their names as Chimmuanya Emmanuel Ozo, Benjamin Nwachukwu Ajah, Kingsley Ikenna Ngoka, Tochukwu Leonard Alusi and Chile Micah Ndumodu (Ndunagu?).
Like you rightly pointed out “these five boys are a disgrace to this country and an embarrassment”.
Unfortunately, Mrs Dabiri, you simply referred to the woman executed for drugs in Saudi Arabia as “A Nigerian woman “. I believe you were in a hurry to address this very pressing national issue, that you coulndt wait to get her name.
You also, in the same vein, failed to inform Nigerians of the names of the other Nigerians already executed for drugs in Saudi Arabia and tbose on death row for the same crime- drugs.
While you and your team are busy still trying to unravel the name of the “Nigerian woman executed for drugs” in Saudi Arabia, permit me to give the names of those already executed and those on death row there for the same offend. I’m sure you will agree with me that all hands must be on deck to save the image of our nation.
THOSE EXECUTED FOR DRUGS IN SAUDI ARABIA
1. Yusuf Yekini Ajiboye
2. Adebayo Adeniyi
3. Mohammed Abubakar
4. Mohammed Issa
5. IBRAHIM Ciroma and
6 Biola Ologunro
THOSE ON DEATH ROW FOR DRUGS IN SAUDI ARABIA
1. Idris Adepoju
2. Abdulrimi Ajibola
3. Jimoh Lawal
4. Tunde Ibraheem
5. Amode Sulaman
6. Hafis Amosun
7. Aliu Mohammed
9. Abdulrasaq Lawal
12. Kawu Muhammed
13. Madinah Yahaya 14. Awalu Muhammed 15. Kafilat Oljide 16. Ayisa 17. Abdulraman Mu’azu, 18. Abdulraman Durojaye 19. Abubakar Usman 20. Sunny 21. Emeka and 22 Issa.
I hope I have saved you time that you can channel towards other issues?
Thank you for all your services to our beloved country.
Forgive me for missing the “Honourable’ in writing your name. – @Hope For Nigeria