Twenty-one Nigerians are among the 121 prisoners on death row in Indonesia.
Among the Nigerians on death row in Indonesia prison, according to a list made available, VM, are Kingsley Okonkwo, Michael Titus Igwe, Izuchukwu Ezioha, Ekperedike S. Olekama, Adam Wilson, Hilary K. Chinezie, Eugene Ape, Humprey Ejike, Okwudil Ayotaeze, Obinna Nwajiagu, Fredrick Luther ( Benjamin Obiora) Sylvester Nwaolisa, Dennis Anumora and Ikenna Ezenweukwe. One Gabriel Nnadi died in prison, while another detainee, Daniel Enemon, was killed recently and buried Last year February 6, 2015 in Enugu.
These protesting Nigerians who stormed the Embassy of Indonesia in Lagos last week to condemn what they described as indiscriminate killing of Nigerians by the Indonesia government were ‘armed’ with placards some of which read: ‘Stop Indonesia from executing more Nigerians in Prison’, ‘Execution is not a solution’, End death penalty, Stop the killing of Nigerians in Indonesia Prison’, President Goodluck Jonathan do something to stop the killing,’ and ‘Don’t allow them to kill us like animals”.
The Chairman of Youth for Greater Nigerians, YGN, Dr. Paschal Okoli who led the protest said: “We are protesting today to let Nigerians and the whole world know what is happening to Nigerians in Indonesia. We are protesting against capital punishment that is being applied on our people. We are not supporting drug trafficking but unjust killing.