A Nigerian man was sentenced to death by the Excessive Court docket in KualaLumpur, Malaysia, on Friday, November 30, after he was discovered responsible of trafficking greater than 700g of medication into the nation in Could 2017.
Decide Datuk Azman Abdullah despatched Sidrey Shalod Dike, 46, to the gallows after discovering that the defence had failed to increase affordable doubt in opposition to the prosecution’s case.
“After inspecting arguments by each the defence and the prosecution, the courtroom discovered that the defence failed to increase affordable doubt and the accused is discovered responsible and sentenced to death,” he stated.
Dike, a part-time supply man, was charged with trafficking 727.1g of methamphetamine at a lane at Jalan Segambut, Kg Segambut Luar at 2.30pm on Could 3, 2017.
He was charged underneath Part 39B(1)(a) of the Harmful Medicine Act 1952 and punishable underneath Part 39B(2) of the identical legislation, which gives the obligatory death sentence upon conviction.
The prosecution was carried out by deputy public prosecutor Nadiah Isa, whereas Dike was represented by lawyer J. Kuldeep Kumar.