Young Nigerian woman awaiting execution for drug trafficking in Saudi Arabia found innocent

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A Young Nigerian woman, Zainab Aliyu who was arrested in Saudi Arabia in December 2018, over drug trafficking has been found to be innocent.

Zainab was found to be a victim of an Airport syndicate group that plant hard drugs in the bags and even go as far as tagging an unsuspecting traveller’s name and particulars to a bag with drugs.

The group was arrested after investigations were carried out, and their WhatsApp messages gave them away.

The suspects Sani Suleiman, Alhaji Gabari, and Umar Sanda and their Whatsapp conversation on this numbers 080645499791, 08036066448, gave them away. Airport officials led by Mr Adetunji who approached Zainab about her bag has been arrested.

Those fingered in the confession are Idris Umar, Sanni Suleiman, Nuhu Adamu, Rhoda Adetunji, Udosen Henry and Sanni Hamisu.

However, the lawmaker representing Kaduna Ventral at the Senate, Shehu Sani has advised the parents of the victim to send a petition to the National Assembly, stating her innocence to enable NASS to move a move to action for her case.

If the Parents o.f Zainab Habibu Aliyu, the Nigerian girl in detention, in Saudi Arabia can immediately send a petition to NASS stating her case and innocence, we can move action to highlight her case and demand for urgent action to secure her freedom, He wrote via Twitter on Monday morning.

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